Cash&Carry to hold grand opening event at new Bothell store

Cash&Carry in Bothell to hold grand opening celebration on March 11. Contributed photo

Cash&Carry, a warehouse store catering to the food-service industry, will hold its grand opening celebration on March 11 in Bothell.

The event will feature free hot dogs and ice cream, along with a grand prize drawing for a $250 Cash&Carry gift card and is open to everyone.

The store, located at 18438 120th Ave. NE in Bothell, will take the place of Staples, which closed late last year. The Bothell Cash&Carry will be the 23rd in Washington and the 10th in the Seattle area. The new location in Bothell will be the 60th in the chain.

“Our stores provide food service operators high quality products at the right prices,” said John Mathews, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Cash&Carry. “We are excited to open our newest store in Bothell. Our unique layout and product offerings provide customers with large food-service needs the opportunity to quickly and easily navigate our store and get the products they are looking for. Providing a consistent and wide variety of goods at competitive wholesale prices will allow our customers to be confident that Cash&Carry can be a long-term solution for all of their needs.”

Cash&Carry will also host a Business Preview event on March 10, which is open only to businesses and will feature product experts from suppliers, product samples, grand prize drawings for a reach-in glass door merchandiser. The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce will be holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at 11 a.m.

The 23,400 square-foot store will carry fresh produce, fresh meat, cheese, dairy and deli products, frozen foods, grocery products, baking ingredients, beverages, bread and tortillas, janitorial supplies, catering supplies, tableware and bar ware. Like other warehouse grocery stores, Cash&Carry often attracts customers in droves due to low prices and bulk products.

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