Good Earth Natural Foods opened the doors to its new Lakewood Ranch Main Street location today.
Co-owner Mark Egan said even without advertising, customers had been filing in steadily throughout the day.
“We were slammed, especially this morning,” Egan said. “That’s a good thing. The people that have been in have been so receptive and understanding.”
Aside from a few technical glitches, Egan said the day was going well and Good Earth was happy finally to be serving customers.
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