Restaurant Depot kicked off the Grand Opening for its first ever Restaurant Depot Express facility beginning at 6 a.m. on Wednesday, June 16 at 1015 W. Hammer Lane, Stockton.
Stockton Mayor Kevin Lincoln, Stockton Chamber of Commerce representatives, County Board of Supervisors Chairman Tom Patti, City Councilman Dan Wright, and members of the Congress and CA Assembly were also scheduled to join in for the celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 8 a.m. Stockton community leader and Stockton 99 Speedway owner, Tony Noceti was to attend as a Guest of Honor.
Restaurant Depot Express will carry Restaurant Depot’s best-selling name-brand products and private label brands while experiencing express in and out convenient shopping. For more than 40 years, Restaurant Depot has been the leading, low-cost alternative to other foodservice suppliers by bringing a solution for business owners and non-profit organizations that struggle with food and supply costs.
“The Stockton, CA Express store opening launches a new strategy to bring the best Restaurant Depot has to offer to a town near you. This reduces our customer’s commute and improves the customer experience when they shop with us. We are excited to be expanding our presence and helping the members of this community,” said Ruben Vogel, COO.
With no minimum order requirements, free membership, and business hours seven days a week, customers can purchase what they need when they need it. Member benefits include access to an online catalog, product searches, shopping lists, purchase history, recommendations, exclusive specials, and more.