Minyard family sells stores

Tarnowski, Joseph
November 2004
Progressive Grocer;11/15/2004, Vol. 83 Issue 17, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the sale of the Coppell, Texas-based supermarket chain of Minyard Food Stores Inc. to Acquisition Vehicle Texas II LLC in November 2004. Views of Minyard spokeswoman Debbie Krznarich on the reason for accepting the acquirer's offer; Background on grocery investor Ron Johnson who manage the acquisition negotiation; Number of supermarkets and fuel stations operated by Minyard.


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