Weekly Specials: Gorton's Large Pack Seafood Selections BOGO Free; $4.99 lb Rancher's Reserve Beef Bottom Round Rump Roast; $4.99 Oscar Mayer Beef Franks; $4.99 lb Fresh Assorted Pork Loin Chops; $19.99 lb Colossal King Crab Legs and Claws; $3.99 Florida's Natural Orange Juice; $6 lb Primo Taglio Medium Cheddar Cheese; $2.99 lb Premium Large Red […]
This week specials: $2.99 lb Pork Shoulder Country Style Ribs; $0.99 lb Extra Large Navel Oranges; $1.99 Large Hass Avocados; $3.99 Red Baron Classic Pizza; $3.99 Pint Size Blueberries; $3.99 lb Rancher's Reserve Beef Round Sirloin Tip Roast; $5.99 lb Open Nature Beef Chuck Roast; Van de Kamp's Seafood Selections BOGO; $9.99 lb Wild Alaskan […]
This week specials: $8.99 lb Primo Taglio Provolone Cheese; $4.49 Open Nature Cage Free Eggs 18 ct Large Grade AA; $3.99 lb Rancher's Reserve Beef Round Sirloin Tip; $1.29 lb Safeway Smoked Shank Half Ham; $1.99 Large Hass Avocados; $3.49 Franz Natural Bread; $3.79 Coffee-mate Flavored Creamer 32 oz; $9.99 lb Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon […]
This week specials: Pillsbury Fresh Dough – buy 2 get 1 Free; $1.09 Campbell's Condensed Soup Chicken Noodle; $12.59 Safeway Kitchens Long Grain Rice 20 lb bag; $9.99 Peet's Coffee; 2 for $3 Old El Paso Refried Beans; $5 All American Sub Sandwich; $5 Jif Peanut Butter 40 oz; $5 Lucerne Cheese Natural Slices 20 […]
This week Carrs ad specials: $3.69 Rancher's Reserve beef chuck shoulder cross rib roast; $7.99 Signature Cafe boneless chicken wings; 2 x Lay's potato chips for $8; buy 2 Pepsi 12-pack and get 2 for free; $6.99 Bounty Paper Towels; $6.99 Charmin Bath Tissue; $18.99 Tide pods; $9.99 wild Alaskan sockeye salmon fillets; $1.49 Fuji […]
Carrs is a supermarket chain that is based in Anchorage, Alaska and is a subsidiary of Safeway Inc. It was acquired in April 1999 by Safeway from an employee ownership group, who themselves had purchased the company from founder Larry Carr and his partner Barney Gottstein in 1990.
As of 2010, there are 24 stores in Alaska, including: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Kenai, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Nome, North Pole, Palmer, Seward, Soldotna, Valdez, Wasilla and Unalaska.
Laurence John “Larry” Carr opened his first store in a Quonset hut, located on the southern end of Gambell Street in the Eastchester neighborhood of Anchorage, in February 1950.
The name Carrs was derived from the original operating partnership of Larry Carr and his brother, Bernard Joseph Carr, Jr. They were joined by their father, Bernard Joseph “Pop” Carr, following his retirement from the Santa Fe Railroad in 1954.
Within a few years 60% of the entire population of Alaska lived within three miles of a Carrs store. Although the company has small outlying bush stores to serve the state’s scattered citizens, the bulk of the sites are large supermarket/drugstore combinations that respond to local needs and interests in Fairbanks, Anchorage and the Kenai Peninsula.
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