The Challenges Being Faced By The Clifton Market

Oct 12, 2017

Clifton Market opened in January with high hopes of success, but has struggled in its first months in business.
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Clifton Market, a co-op store owned by shareholders who paid $200 a share, opened in January on the site of the former Keller’s IGA. Since then it’s struggled financially. 

The store has fallen short of its original sales projections and has lost money as a result. Two of its board members have stepped down.

Joining us with an update and to discuss what’s next for Clifton Market are Board Member Marilyn Hyland, Board President Gary Crawford and General Manager Keith Brock.