Cardenas Markets Opens New Store and Keeps Growing

Cardenas Markets opened their newest store last week in Las Vegas, making this its fifth store in that market, and 56th overall. The Hispanic supermarket chain is planning to keep growing with three other new stores planned for 2019 in Concord and Victorville in California and another in Tucson, Arizona.

With their Las Vegas opening last week, at 2545 S. Eastern Ave., Cardenas Markets unveiled their new “Next Generation” concept that will set the standard for all of their new stores moving forward, according to a press release.

This new design intends to elevate the customer experience and increase its reach across all demographics.   

This new design will transport their customer to a familiar and welcoming place, accompanied by good music, friendly service, and a wide assortment of outstanding products ranging from national brands to authentic Mexican and Hispanic foods.

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“We are thrilled to introduce our new Keep Life Flavorful design to our customers across all of our existing markets, as well as new markets that we are considering,” said John Gómez, Cardenas Markets CEO. 

Photo Gallery of Cardenas Markets Las Vegas Store Inauguration

Photos courtesy of Cardenas Markets Facebook Page.

Under the leadership of industry veteran Bob Layne, as SVP of Real Estate and Construction, Cardenas Markets is poised and prepared to deliver on its aggressive expansion plans.

During Las Vegas store inauguration, Cardenas Markets representatives presented a donation of $3,000 to the John C. Freemont middle school and $15,000 to the College of Southern Nevada, as part of their commitment to support education.

Cardenas Markets LLC, headquartered in Ontario, CA, now operates a total of 56 stores, 49 under the Cardenas banner and seven stores under the Los Altos Ranch Market banner. Today, Cardenas Markets LLC is one of the largest Hispanic grocers in the country with supermarkets in California, Arizona and Nevada.