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Harris Teeter Names Management Team for New Arlington Store
ARLINGTON, VA – Harris Teeter veteran Ronnie Cash has been named manager for Harris Teeter's fifth Northern Virginia Store, which is slated to open on Wednesday, April 24. The 45,315 square-foot store is located at 2425 N. Harrison Street, and will employ approximately 115 associates.

A former Marine, Cash started with Harris Teeter in 1986 and has served as Store Manager with the company in several stores. Most recently Cash was Store Manager of Arlington's Glebe Road Harris Teeter.

As manager of the new Arlington store, Cash is looking forward to continuing to promote the company's amenities. "Harris Teeter prides itself on excellent customer service and in offering a unique grocery shopping environment," said Cash. "I look forward to helping our customers achieve the best possible shopping experience."

Cash's management team includes co-managers Gary Cloud and Richard Boyd. They have combined experience of over 22 years in the retail grocery business; Cloud has worked in grocery for 12 years and Boyd for 10.

The full-service, two-story grocery store will offer shoppers a wide variety of their favorite brand grocery and dairy products, natural and organic food, and international cuisine, including fresh sushi and expanded Hispanic offerings. The Harrison Street Harris Teeter will feature the most expanded wine selection of any grocery store in the area, and an in-store wine consultant will be available to assist customers in their selections. Additionally, the store will offer a pharmacy. Other amenities include expanded fresh food offerings in a deli area that seats 30.

Other Harris Teeter stores in the Northern Virginia area are located in Falls Church, in Fairfax, in Pentagon Row and on Glebe Road in Arlington.

Harris Teeter, Inc., with headquarters in Mathews, N.C., is a subsidiary of Ruddick Corporation (NYSE:RDK). Harris Teeter is ranked as one of the top 50 largest supermarkets in the United States with 2001 sales of $2.4 billion. The grocery store chain employs about 14,000 people and has 140 stores in North and South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida.