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The company also operates 168 fuel station/convenience stores under the Get Go banner.
161 freeway (New Albany) in August 2007, its 21st area store at Hayden Run and Cosgray Roads (Dublin) in November 2007, its 22nd area store at Stelzer and Mc Cutcheon Roads (Columbus) in July 2008 and its 23rd area store at South Hamilton Road and Winchester Pike (Groveport) in August 2008.Giant Eagle also purchased or opened other Northeast Ohio stores outside the Stop-n-Shop area, such as the former Apples supermarkets in the nearby Akron, Ohio area.The company entered the Toledo market, opening two stores in 20, both of which have now closed.The card was later modified to double as a video rental card for Iggle Video. This program allows customers who use their fuelperks at Get Go to also earn foodperks to save on groceries purchased at Giant Eagle.More recently the company has started the Fuelperks! This program allows customer the opportunity to earn 10 cents off each gallon of gas (20 cents in select markets) with fifty dollars worth of authorized purchases. Every 10 gallons of gas purchased earns a 1% discount.The company was founded in 1918 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and incorporated on March 17, 1933.
As of Summer 2014, the company has approximately $9.9 billion in annual sales, Giant Eagle has 417 stores.
The chain remained based solely in western Pennsylvania until the 1980s, when it bought Youngstown, Ohio-based wholesaler Tamarkin Company, and its Valu-King stores that were converted to the Giant Eagle name.
The Kent and Ravenna, stores were the first to be converted at that time; the Youngstown stores then got converted years later.
A new Giant Eagle opened in Lancaster, in November 2008, and the former Big Bear located at Blacklick Crossing is undergoing an expansion and remodeling.
In 1991, Giant Eagle introduced the "Advantage Card", an electronic loyalty card discount system (already popular in many chains), as a sophisticated version of the obsolete stamp programs.
It can be stressful because they want you to get customer out as soon as possible, but when I get a minute I see how there day is going and try and make it a little bit better day for them. I was either working 12 hours a week or 60, sometimes we had so many call offs, I couldn't even take a full 15 minute break while working a 12 hour shift.