Corporate Initiatives

  • Meijer Holiday TV Spot 2016

    Meijer Holiday TV Spot 2016

    The Meijer TV Holiday spot, entitled “Do You See What I See?,” continues to engage viewers and win accolades from the advertising industry for its heartwarming message celebrating the season’s wonder and delight as seen through the eyes of a child.

  • Detroit Craft Beer Roundtable 2016

    Detroit Craft Beer Roundtable 2016

    Meijer's commitment to local craft breweries represents an annual economic impact of more than $100 million across the Midwest. The retailer expects to stay on par with its projected double-digit volume growth in craft beer sales, as it has experienced over the past 3 years.

  • Meijer Simply Give Program 2016

    Meijer Simply Give Program 2016

    Meijer customers donated more than $913,000 during the fall Simply Give campaign, and combined with a donation from Meijer, set the donation total to more than $2.5 million. The Simply Give program has generated more than $26 million since its inception in November 2008 for food pantry partners to restock their shelves and feed hungry families.

  • La Nassa Foods Partnership

    La Nassa Foods Partnership

    The partnership between Meijer and Great Lakes commercial fishing company, La Nassa Foods, began on a handshake nearly two decades ago and continues to thrive today based on a mutual commitment to provide Meijer customers with the highest quality lake fish.

  • Meijer Heritage Center

    Meijer Heritage Center

    Meijer is unveiling a Heritage Center rich with company history from its founder Hendrik Meijer’s first arrival in the United States through the retailer’s most recent innovations and expansions.

  • Meijer Home Delivery

    Meijer Home Delivery

    Meijer is working with Shipt, an app-based company, to launch home grocery delivery service in Detroit and southeastern Michigan, providing customers yet another convenient way to shop its stores.

  • Flat Rock Meijer Store Opening

    Flat Rock Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 150,000-square-foot supercenter on August 11 in Flat Rock, Mich., bringing southeastern Michigan shoppers better access to low prices on high-quality merchandise, fresh produce delivered daily and a full-service pharmacy that makes family health care a priority.

  • Waukesha Meijer Store Opening

    Waukesha Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 192,000-square-foot supercenter on August 2 in Waukesha, Wis., bringing local shoppers better access to low prices on high-quality merchandise, fresh produce delivered daily, and a full-service pharmacy that makes family health care a priority.

  • Round Lake Beach Meijer Store Opening

    Round Lake Beach Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 192,000-square-foot supercenter today in Round Lake Beach, Ill. bringing shoppers more convenient access to low prices on fresh produce delivered daily, high-quality merchandise and a full-service pharmacy that makes family health care a priority.

  • Indianapolis Store Opening 2016

    Indianapolis Store Opening 2016

    Continuing its investment in Indianapolis, Meijer opened a new supercenter today in the city’s North Kessler neighborhood. The 192,000-square-foot store is located at 5550 N. Keystone Ave. and provides local residents the opportunity to walk – rather than drive – to get fresh groceries.

  • Sturgis Meijer Store Opening

    Sturgis Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 192,000-square-foot supercenter today in Sturgis, Mich., bringing Southern Michigan shoppers better access to low prices on high-quality merchandise, fresh produce delivered daily and a full-service pharmacy that makes family health care a priority.

  • Owensboro Meijer Store Opening

    Owensboro Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 192,000-square-foot supercenter on May 19 in Owensboro, Ky. The new store is one of nine new Meijer supercenters to open – and part of an investment of more than $400 million in new and remodeled stores – this year, which will create 3,000 new jobs across the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based retailer’s six-state foot print.

  • Evansville Meijer Store Opening

    Evansville Meijer Store Opening

    Meijer opened a new 192,000-square-foot supercenter on May 19 in Evansville, Ind., bringing tri-state area shoppers better access to low prices on high-quality merchandise, fresh produce delivered daily, and a full-service pharmacy that makes family health care a priority.

  • 2016 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give

    2016 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give

    The 2016 Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give will host 144 of the biggest names in female golf June 14-19 at Blythefield Country Club. All proceeds will benefit the Meijer Simply Give program.

  • 2016 Meijer Store Remodels

    2016 Meijer Store Remodels

    On March 2, 2016 Meijer announced it would be investing more than $400 million in new and remodeled stores across its footprint, including nine new supercenters and 32 remodel projects.

  • Meijer Beer Frontier

    Meijer Beer Frontier

    Meijer is selling more than 34 locally-brewed craft beers each minute in Michigan while continuing to add up-and-coming local breweries to an extensive selection that rivals specialty stores across the Midwest. Meijer will carry IPAs, Amber Ales, Stouts, and Porters from 50 Michigan breweries and also expand the reach of six of the most popular local brands in the state at stores across its Midwestern footprint this year.

  • This Is My Badge

    This Is My Badge

    Meijer is proud to view its workforce as diverse and enabled. The goal is to match team members with jobs that best fit their skills and capabilities.

  • Meijer <em>Simply Give</em>

    Meijer Simply Give

    Since Meijer opened, the family-owned retailer has supported hunger relief efforts across the Midwest. Its Simply Give program supports food pantries in each of the communities that Meijer serves.

  • Meijer Eco Fleet

    Meijer Eco Fleet

    The Meijer truck fleet was the first in North America to implement the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2010 Near Zero Emissions Standards. Using innovative green technology to improve fuel efficiency, Meijer reduced its carbon emissions by nearly 60 percent. This album contains photos of the trucks and a video detailing the benefits of this environmentally-friendly truck fleet.

  • Locally Grown at Meijer

    Locally Grown at Meijer

    Meijer has been buying local since doors opened at the first store in 1934. Today, Meijer is one of the largest purchasers of many fruits and vegetables in its Midwest footprint, contributing nearly $100 million back into the local economy.

  • Made in Michigan

    Made in Michigan

    Meijer expanded its Made in Michigan initiative with the Michigan State University Product Center in March 2013 and features Michigan-made grocery products in all Michigan stores. The initiative supports Michigan small businesses.

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