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Park Street Market opens wide
Written by B C Jones on June 24th, 2010
I LOVE grocery shopping.
So, narurally I take my grocery shoppig
experience very seriously.
Now, I'm not picky, but I like my stores well-lit, easy
to navigate and close. The new Park Street
Market fits all those criteria.
Additionally, it is well-stocked and the stuff it sells
is not overpriced.
Grocery store will return to Kalamazoo's Northside neighborhood Thursday
Published: Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 4:00 PM Updated: Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 4:11 PM
by Kathy Jessup - Special to the Gazette
KALAMAZOO - KALAMAZOO'S Northside
neighborhood will have a neighborhood grocery store again beginning Thursday.
The Detroit-based shina Group, owner of 14
other urban grocery stores in Southeast
Michigan, will open the doors Thursday morning to Park Street Market, it'as first West Michigan grocery.
Jonathon Gruenke - Kalamazoo Gazette
Left: Park Street market, 512 N Park, will be opening Thursday in the location iof the former Felpausch that closed a year ago. Right: From left Kiar Gamsho, Tom Gamsho, Sam Gamsho and Sam Shina, store directors of Park Street Market.
Park Street Market wins Chamber's Tastiest Of The Taste Completition
The Kalamazoo Regional Chamber is proud to
congratulate Park Street Market for winning the
Taste of the Chamber's exibitors competition
"Tastiest of the Taste" held recently at the Kalamazoo
Country Club, 1609 Whites Road.
"We are more than pleased to congratulate Kiar
Gamsho and his Park Street Market team for winning
first place at the Tastiest of the Taste competition,"
said Steward Sandstrom, CCE, president and CEO
of the Chamber. "This is the first time we have
hosted this competition and it was well received by
both exhibitors and attendees."
Tastiest of the Taste is a people's choice-style
competition where attendees will visit every booth
and at the end of the night vote for their favorite
booth/restaurant. Attnedees were advised to vote based on three main criteria: overall presentation of booth, taste of food and incorproration of the theme - this year's theme was Mardi Gras.
Published Thursday, March 3, 2011 7:00am