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Vienna grocery store to reopen

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VIENNA, IL-- The only grocery store in Vienna, Illinois will reopen in just two weeks.

Sam's IGA is now Miles Brothers Foods. Chad and Chance Miles bought the place, after it suddenly shut down in June. The former Sam's IGA was the only grocery store in town.

Chad Miles, co owner, said, "It was just kind of shocking that something like that happened."

His brother, Chance Miles, said, "Hearing everybody you know everybody is going out of town or go somewhere else to shop or not being able to shop." 

The two brothers from Vienna decided the town needed this grocery store, and decided to make it better.

Miles said, "The shelves were really older and  dirty looking so we replaced all of the shelves." The men also want to provide a quicker and better experience for shoppers. 

Miles Brothers Foods is expected to open on October 27 at 8:00 a.m.

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