COUNCIL VICE CHAIR DENI TAVERAS AND COUNCIL MEMBER MONIQUE ANDERSON-WALKER CELEBRATE GRAND OPENING OF TWO LIDL STORES IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY
Prince George’s County Council Vice-Chair Deni Taveras (D-District 2) and Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker (D-District 8), welcomed two new Lidl grocery stores to Prince George’s this week.
Council Vice-Chair Taveras celebrated the opening of the 34,000 square foot grocery store on December 9, 2020. The new District 2 Lidl store is joining the thriving Northern Gateway business community on New Hampshire Avenue, in Takoma Park.
Vice Chair Taveras says the new Lidl brings a quality grocery option to a diverse market.
“The new Lidl store signals confidence in the future of Prince George’s County and the Northern Gateway, which has experienced an economic development transformation over the past few years. This new store not only means new fresh food options, but also new jobs for the local community. We are excited to welcome this new business to District 2.”
Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker also celebrated the opening of a 31,000 square-foot Lidl store on December 9th on Livingston Road in Oxon Hill.
“We are excited to welcome this new Lidl store to the District 8 community. It represents a commitment to creating job opportunities that will serve to revitalize the economic health of our community, and I look forward to a vibrant and healthy partnership as well as the quality shopping experience that LIDL stores are known for,” said Council Member Anderson-Walker.
Each store, open from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily, will bring approximately 50 new jobs to the local community. For additional information on, please click HERE.