The Boise Co-op announced Monday that it would open a second store in the Village at Meridian.
Co-op marketing director Shannon McGuire says two surveys solidified managers goals of opening a second store.
“We asked our shoppers ‘what should we do, where should we go if we considered expansion?’” McGuire says. “And out of that came ‘yes, please do expand and go West.’”
McGuire says survey respondents picked Meridian as their top choice for a second store. The second-most requested store location was Nampa, and McGuire says that could someday become a reality.
The Co-op plan to open its Meridian store next summer. It will be 25,000 square feet, almost as big as its current northeast Boise location.
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