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Dillons is a grocery supermarket chain based in Hutchinson, Kansas, and is a division of The Kroger Company. Other banners under Dillon Stores Division include Gerbes in Missouri, Baker’s in Omaha, Nebraska, and a Food 4 Less store in Fremont, Nebraska. Dillons operates grocery stores throughout Kansas with major influences in the Wichita metropolitan area and Topeka, Kansas.
Dillons operates a dry grocery warehouse in Goddard, Kansas, in addition to frozen foods and perishable warehouses in Hutchinson. A bakery manufacturing plant and dairy are also in Hutchinson. The dairy produces cultured dairy products and private-label milk for all Dillons stores. Dillons previously operated (until the late 1990s) dry grocery warehouses in Hutchinson and Lenexa, Kansas.
Today, more than 12,000 employees work at 93 stores in the Dillon Stores Division, which includes 26 stores in Wichita, Kansas, area; 13 stores in the Omaha, Nebraska, area; nine stores in Topeka, Kansas; and 24 fuel centers. The format for most locations is the traditional combination of food, general merchandise, and pharmacy, with an average of 49,000 square feet per store. The division offers Dillons Marketplace stores in Kansas, located in Wichita, Andover, and Derby.
In 1983, Dillon Companies, Inc., was acquired by The Kroger Company of Cincinnati, Ohio, creating a nationwide grocery chain. Several years later, Dave Dillon was named Kroger’s President and COO and became CEO in 2003, and still serves in that position today.
In 2006, Kroger opened the first Dillons Marketplace in Wichita, Kansas. The concept, similar to Kroger’s Fred Meyer chain, is 110,000 square feet (10,000 m2) of grocery and general merchandise.
In 2013, Dillons will open its fifth Marketplace in its hometown of Hutchinson, at corner of 30th and Waldron Avenue; it will be the largest store in the company.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.Dillons.com.
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