Big Y in the News
Headquartered in Springfield, MA, Big Y is one of the largest independently owned supermarket chains in New England, Proud to be family owned and operated, they currently operate over 60 locations throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts with over 10,000 employees. Founded in 1936 by brothers Paul and Gerald D'Amour, the store was named after an intersection in Chicopee, Massachusetts where two roads converge to form a "Y".
Big Y in the News contains excerpts from press releases that have been sent to local media.
Our Most Recent Releases:
- 2016-04-13Big Y Appoints 2 New Vice Presidents The Board of Directors of Big Y Foods, Inc. is pleased to announce the appointment of Mathieu L. D'Amour as vice president, real estate and development and Theresa Jasmin as vice president of finance. In addition, Devyn Blais Webb has been promoted to director of accounting.
- 2016-04-07Big Y Express Hiring for 10 New Jobs Big Y Foods, Inc. will hire 10 positions for its Lee Big Y Express. This location has enjoyed strong growth, resulting in their need to hire additional associates.
- 2016-03-29Big Y Acquires Park Ave Pharmacy in Worcester Big Y World Class Markets are pleased to announce their acquisition of Park Avenue Pharmacy in Worcester, MA.
- 2016-03-24Big Y Plans New Store in Shelton, CT Big Y Foods, Inc. has announced plans to open a World Class Market in Shelton, CT. Big Y's proposed 56,000 square foot supermarket will be at the intersection of Bridgeport Avenue and Nells Rock Road in Shelton.
- 2016-03-18Carando and Big Y Partner to Donate Spiral Sliced Hams to The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts Carando, the artisans of Classic Italian Meats, partnered with Big Y to donate more than 500 spiral sliced quarter hams to The Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
- 2016-03-03Big Y Celebrates 80th Anniversary with Make-A-Wish In honor of its 80th Anniversary, Big Y Foods, Inc. has partnered with Make-A-Wish to help grant wishes for children with life-threatening medical conditions throughout the Big Y communities.