Store manager Ray Waldrop said the new super store offers customers more choices, while keeping the same prices of smaller Bi-Lo stores. "I think we're offering something to Rock Hill that they've never had before," he said. "And I'm glad we could do this on Cherry Road."
Rock Hill City Councilwoman Kathy Pender attended Wednesday's ribbon-cutting and said the store was a positive sign of development on Cherry Road, a place where city officials have spent millions of dollars on road and landscaping improvements. "There have been a lot of people in this area who have been driving so far for groceries," she said. "So I know they're happy about this opening."