Miner’s Inc. Headquarters Celebrates Completion of Major Expansion and Remodel

October 17, 2016
Contact: Patrick Miner
(218) 729-3343

Miner’s Incorporated, headquarters of Super One Foods, is excited to announce a ribbon cutting ceremony to be held on Wednesday, October 19th at 2:15pm.  Miner’s headquarters is located at 5065 Miller Trunk Hwy in Hermantown.  This ribbon cutting ceremony is celebrating the completion of a major office expansion and remodel project that completely redesigned the working layout of the Company’s office facility.  The remodel consisted of brand new cohesive work areas throughout with the latest of technology enhancements.  In addition, it added several new conference rooms and a fitness room.

Miner’s has been located at this existing location since 1987.  As the family owned regional grocery company and the number of stores it supported grew, several enhancements have been made over the years to accommodate the additional employees that support the Company’s grocery stores.  The most recent expansion and remodel boasts a completely redesigned floor plan that locates the working departments adjacent to other areas that share similar work duties.  The newly remodeled location houses 80 employees in many different areas of expertise to support the Company’s business including: Marketing and Advertising, Buying Team, Category Management, Information Technology, Facilities Management, Human Resources, Legal, Retail Accounting, Payroll and Benefits processing.  The headquarters location is home to the Company’s Departmental Directors and Operations Supervisory Staff.

Miner’s Hermantown facility provides a great central location for the Company to be able to support its 36 retail stores.  This recent “brick and mortar” investment will enhance Miner’s opportunity for future growth by capturing administrative efficiencies and providing ample space for additional expansion.


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