Marsh, Kroger Update Sale Timeline

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Liquidation sales will continue until the merchandise is sold, which Marsh expects to be in early July. Liquidation sales will continue until the merchandise is sold, which Marsh expects to be in early July.
INDIANAPOLIS -

Cincinnati-based The Kroger Co. (NSYE: KR) expects its subsidiary's purchase of 11 central and southern Indiana Marsh Supermarkets locations to close in mid-July. Liquidation sales at those locations as well as 18 others that did not attract a buyer are underway.

Kroger's subsidiary Topvalco Inc. plans to take possession of its stores when the liquidation sales are complete. Ohio-based Generative Growth II, doing business as Fresh Encounter, is purchasing 15 locations. Marsh filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month.

Liquidation sales will continue until the merchandise is sold, which Marsh expects to be in early July. Sales are underway at the following locations:

  • 1825 Kinser Pike, Bloomington, IN
  • 843 E. Main Street, Brownsburg, IN
  • 10679 N. Michigan Road, Zionsville, IN
  • 5 Boone Village, Zionsville, IN
  • 2904 S. State Road 135, Greenwood, IN
  • 123 S. Kingston Drive, Bloomington, IN
  • 1500 W. McGalliard Road, Muncie, IN
  • 1435 W. 86th Street, Indianapolis, IN
  • 715 S. Tillotson Avenue, Muncie, IN
  • 227 W. Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN
  • 12520 116th Street, Fishers, IN
  • 315 14th Street, Logansport, IN
  • 2140 E. 116th Street, Carmel, IN
  • 2410 N. Salisbury Street, West Lafayette, IN
  • 14450 Mundy Drive, Noblesville, IN
  • 5624 Georgetown Road, Indianapolis, IN
  • 5151 E. 82nd Street Ste. 100, Indianapolis, IN
  • 1815 Albany Street, Beech Grove, IN
  • 208 Southway Blvd. East, Kokomo, IN
  • 2250 Teal Road, Lafayette, IN
  • 6965 W. 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN
  • 2350 Broad Ripple Avenue, Indianapolis, IN
  • 1800 S. Burlington Drive, Muncie, IN
  • 4755 E. 126th Street, Carmel, IN
  • 2810 Nichol Avenue, Anderson, IN
  • 1508 Virginia Avenue, Connersville,  IN
  • 1900 N. Walnut, Muncie, IN
  • 1500 Plaza Drive, Hamilton, OH
  • 1401 N. Washington Street, Kokomo, IN
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