UPDATE: The Price Less grocery store in Bristol, Virginia is now expected to remain open according to store management.
Management says a last-minute lease agreement was executed Wednesday.
The store first opened in Bristol in 2015 in the former Food Lion building off Interstate 81’s Exit 5.
Management was made aware of the decision to remain open after plans were announced this morning to close.
BRISTOL, Va. (WJHL) – The Price Less grocery store in Bristol, Va. is closing.
According to the store manager, the date of closing has not been finalized.
The store is located in the 2000 block of Lee Highway, off Exit 5. It is in a shopping center that includes a Harbor Freight and U.S. Post Office location.
A search on the Price Less website’s store locator shows that the Bristol, Va. store has been removed from searches.
Price Less is owned by Houchens Industries, Inc., based in Bowling Green, Ky. Houchens also owns Food Giant, IGA and Save a Lot locations.