Friday, April 8, 2011

Trader Joes New Locations 2011





Trader Joe's is one sensation! From the East Coast to the West Coast, Trader Joe's is expanding with new locations across America offering the most unique, wholesome and low-cost items available. From Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina to Salem, Oregon, Trader Joe's has a new location to meet your needs.

Check out the latest of the new locations on the Trader Joe's website:


New Locations: 

Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina 
Salem, Oregon, 
Chicago (Lakeview), IL 
 Chicago (South  Loop), IL 
Staten Island, NY 
Spokane, WA
Pittsburg, PA, 
Kansas City, MO
Leawood, KS 

"Trader Joe's is dedicated to continuously creating exciting, delicious products that you can discover at your neighborhood TJ's." Now the only other question, is where else do we need a TJ's? Do you have one of these amazing stores in your neighborhood?


16 comments:

  1. I have the perfect new location for a new store......an A&P is closing its doors in Ocean Cty NJ Barnegat is located onRT 9 andafew miles from the GardenState Parkway..A fast growing young retired community. Mostly N Jersey and New Yorkers moving into the area who are use to the good things in LIFE and this is a GOOD thing.... Trader Joes

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  2. I also am pointing out an EXCELLENT available location for a new TJ store in Brooklyn ,N.Y. at 4th Avenue & Senator Street [ near 67th Street ] in heavily populated Bay Ridge , on the site of a former American Place Variety store . The location is spacious , 2 minutes from Exit 1 of the Belt Parkway , 2 blocks from the R train and 2 blocks from Bay Ridge Avenue [ which has 3 bus lines running on it ] . The nearest TJ is on the other side of Brooklyn in Boro Hall , and the nearest & only food market nearby is a small to medium sized Key Food locally owned . This location would be one of TJ`s busiest ! Only one TJ for Brooklyn`s 2.5 million population is not enough!

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    1. bay ridge brooklyn is not park slope or even cobble hill . the neiborhood is very stuck in their ways of eating.also there is very low foot traffic at the location you are talking about,69th and 4th ave. not what trader joes looks for im sure.

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    2. No I don't think Bay Ridge residents are "stuck in their ways," sorry its not "hip," yet its more diverse than gentrified park slope or cobble hill will ever be; a real Brooklyn neighborhood.

      People here appreciate good prices on quality product, and no one can deny Trader Joes is cheap, especially in NYC. People love the store for this reason and I know many people in the neighborhood who drive to Staten Island just to shop there (the Court St. location is a bit of a hassle, but is proof that a Trader Joes does not need a parking lot to be successful!!)

      A Trader Joe's in Bay Ridge will be great compared to the other terrible supermarkets in the area, like MET/Key Food and other small chains (the Pathmark in Boro Park and Waldbaums on New Utrecht are exceptions to this rule because they are the cheapest stores around). It also gives people an organic option for an affordable price, which I don't think currently exists in Bay Ridge yet. There are a very good mix of people in the neighborhood, many people with money to spend, many entrepreneurs with independent businesses. Trust me Trader Joes, Bay Ridge is money to be had!!!!

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    3. PLEASE!!!!!!! Come to Florida!!! I am a former Californian and miss Trader Joe's SO MUCH!!!! Iam near the Daytona Beach Area and I know so many transplants want one in this area!!!!

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  3. When do we get TJ in South Dakota? As far as I know, there isn't a single store in the whole state. I spoke with a lot of people who would love to have TJ opened up in Sioux Falls, the biggest city in SD.

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  4. when is the staten island store due to open?

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  5. The Jersey Shore sure could use a Trader Joes. Demograhics are very good since the Philadelphia area residents are there all Spring, Summer and Fall. These people are use to shopping Trader Joes and sorely miss it when at the shore. There is no short supply of local residents either who would love it. A Somers Point location offers a mid point between Brigantine and Cape May. People are begging for a break from the large chains.

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  6. Now they can serve more people because they have these new locations. That'll definitely be great for them.

    office space

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  7. Hilton Head would be a great location for Trader Joes as there are many retired people live there. Your products are packages in small quantities perfect for one or two people. I thi k it would be a fantastic location. And do very, very well. Thank you

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    1. York Maine area please

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  8. Bloomington IL. Right in the center of the state- home to 2 universities, State Farm and Country headquarters. It would be a huge hit here!

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  9. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, Find a spot at the Jersey shore or somewhere not far from there. I live at the shore year round and we need Trader joes desperately!!!!

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  10. Denville or Rockaway, NJ

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