Wegmans Brooklyn Opening Draws Thousands of Shoppers

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November 4, 2019

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Wegmans Opening on October 27th, 2019. A rainy day but still drew in thousands. Source: Elizabeth Congdon 

“Get It From Gadol” is a podcast featuring all things lifestyle and news.

The first episode captures the opening of the first Wegmans in Brooklyn on October 27 which drew a reported 25,000 shoppers throughout the day. Excited customers lined the sidewalk eager to get the first look of the new market. This location is the 101st first location in the country to open up. There is a full service bar, pizza bar, soon to be added — Wegman’s famous sub shop. Take a listen to hear more about the day.

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