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Academy Sports + Outdoors is an American sporting goods discount store chain. It has corporate offices in the Katy Distribution Center in unincorporated western Harris County, Texas, United States, near Katy and west of Houston. For 74 years it was a privately held company owned by the Gochman family, until its May 2011 acquisition by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co investment firm.
Kroger is the United States' largest supermarket by revenue with a cool $121.1 billion in annual sales. The retail giant has over 2,800 stores across the US. It also has plenty of other well-known retail stores under its umbrella. These include Ralph's, Fred Meyer, and Dillon's among other brands. Kroger is a one-stop shop where you can get good quality items at a low price.
R. L. Schmalzreid bought the store in 1953 and relocated it to the corner of Northwestern Highway and Orchard Lake Road. American Can Company acquired the chain in 1985. At the time of the acquisition, the chain had eight stores: five in Metro Detroit, one in Grand Rapids, Michigan, one in Anderson, Indiana, and one in Muncie, Indiana. After merging with Primerica, the company sold off Dunham's in 1989. By 1991, the company had 49 stores and was headquartered in Waterford Township, Michigan, where it has been ever since.
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