When the old supermarket at this location went out of business, the store was in need of updating and repairs.
It was immediately taken over by Geyers, and they spent a lot of time fixing up the parking lot and the store. They reopened months later, but the store itself had not changed much.
While it seems to be better lit, the layout of the store is the same. The prices, however, are still quite reasonable for this area.
My one and only stop in to this store was a disappointment. I tried to pick up a few items and pay with a debit card. I was told by the cashier that the bank would not accept debits for less than $10. I immediately stated that I had debited for less than $10 before, and that my bank always accepts any amount I debit on my card. She tried to argue with me, stating finally it was store policy. I said, well, that's different. That is not "bank" policy, that is "store" policy.
Because of that, I have not returned to this store. If the store has policies on minimum debits on bank cards, I will not shop there. I use my debit card all the time at other merchants, no matter how much.
Other than their policy about minimum charges, the store itself seemed to be OK. Stock wise, price wise and the parking - if you live in the area and have no issue with a minimum purchase on a debit card, it would be a fair store to shop in.