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Panama City Pet Supermarket Re-Opens Following Hurricane Michael


February 19, 2019

Press release: Pet Supermarket

Following the complete collapse of their store during one of the most powerful and devastating storms to ever strike the U.S., Pet Supermarket, a one-stop premium pet shop with 215 stores throughout the Southeast U.S., re-opened a temporary store on Monday, Feb. 11, 2019. Hurricane Michael’s Category 4 gale-force winds and floods caused the original store on 226 West 23rd St. to collapse in October, leaving the building unsalvageable.

“After more than four months of rebuilding, the Panama City Pet Supermarket will again be able to support the pets and residents of Panama City,” said Tina Shane, Pet Supermarket’s chief store operations officer. “Pet Supermarket has been a hub of the pet community in Panama City since 2003 and we want to thank all of our customers for their support as we all rebuild our community from last year’s hurricane.”

The re-opening of the temporary location gives the community an opportunity to check out signature products and services, while Pet Supermarket rebuilds a new, bigger and better experience in the same plaza.

Pet Supermarket is a one-stop pet shop for customers, offering a broad selection of premium pet food, supplies and services sold by trained professional staff who provide knowledgeable and friendly advice, enhancing the overall customer experience. Small format stores provide pet parents with the convenience to shop locally in a community-oriented and caring environment, delivered by employees who develop lasting connections with their customers.

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