Downtown's Silver Street Market marks one year of business | KOB 4

Downtown's Silver Street Market marks one year of business Web Staff
August 25, 2017 06:53 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Buying groceries downtown has been a lot easier since the Silver Street Market opened its doors. The store is now celebrating its one year anniversary.


On Friday, customers had the chance to win door prizes, eat a cake and enjoy some low anniversary prices. The anniversary sale prices will continue throughout the weekend.

KOB caught up with owners Rob and Kelly Ortmon. They say they are most proud of giving downtown residents easy access to fresh food without having to go out of their way.

"I think it's a great thing that we have a service to them and they don't have to go out of the area and we can take care of them," Rob Ortmon said.

Speaking of deals, Amazon plans to slash prices at Whole Foods once it officially acquires the super market chain next week. Shoppers can expect to see lower prices on different types of produce and meat.

Amazon will also give Prime members special rewards with discounts and in-store benefits.

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