Advisory: “First LoCARB Superstore Hits The Atlanta Market With Special Grand Opening.”

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New Atlanta Food Store caters to the lo-carb dieter. The Lo-Carb Superstore Special Grand Opening is being held Tuesday, February 24, 2004.

Who: LoCarb Superstore offers a one-stop-shopping destination for the carb conscience consumer. They have over 1,000 products to choose from, such as: Pasta, Candy, Breads, Milk, Shakes, Mixes, Bars, Taco shells, Tortillas and more..

What: LoCarb Superstore is having their grand opening on Tuesday, February 24th, at 2895 Peachtree Industrial Blvd in Duluth, GA. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be from 4pm-7pm. There will be lots of giveaways, food sampling and representation from the Gwinnett Chamber and City of Duluth.

When: Tuesday, February 24th from 4:00 P.M. till 7:00 P.M.

Where: LoCarb Superstore – 2895 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. Duluth, Georgia 30097.

LoCarb Superstore is committed to great product selection; variety and quantity to ensure products are available when the consumers come to the store. They also take pride in knowledgeable, friendly and helpful service to their customers!

Their products are based on tasting delicious, being sugar free, low in carbohydrates and low sugar for those on low carb and high protein diets, such as: The Atkins Diet, The Zone Diet, The South Beach Diet, or who are affected by diabetes.

Diabetics and weight loss seekers will find a huge selection of foods from well known brands like Atkins, Carbolite, CarbSense, Pure De-lite, Asher, Joseph’s, Low Carb Success, Universal Nutrition, Walden Farms and many more!

Rod Smith co-owner of the LoCarb Superstore stated, “The response from the community has been greater than expected. We plan to accelerate our expansion plan and rollout five stores in the next six to twelve months throughout the Atlanta market.”

For more information please contact Rod Smith, co-owner of LoCarb Superstores, Inc. at 678-473-0029 or rodneysmith@locarb-superstore.com.

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