Quincy, Mass., Jan. 18, 2020 — 99 Ranch Market, the leading Asian grocery store chain, opened its first store in New England today. Quincy Mayor Tom Koch, City Council President Nina Liang and other dignitaries helped cut ribbon in front the store.
Customers were invited to get the first-hand experience of a 56,000 square foot 99 Ranch Market and enjoy some great deals happening only on the grand opening day including:
- The first 200 customers will receive a FREE goodie bag
- Spend $50* and receive one free 5 lbs. bag of Jasmine Rice
- Spend $100* and receive two free 5 lbs. bags of Jasmine Rice
- 5% discount for college students with a valid student ID Monday to Friday ONLY
(*Restrictions may apply, please email [email protected] for more details.)
With the impeccable timing of the grand opening landing right before the Lunar New Year, 99 Ranch Market is determined to bring “Asia” to Quincy while also soaking up all that Quincy has to offer. As the Year of the Rat will arrive in just a few days, the sales floor was designed to serve as Quincy’s one-stop-shop for all of your Lunar New Year needs, consisting of around 12,000 unique items from all over Asia. The departments include:
- Grocery: 99 Ranch is known for its unique Asian dry grocery selections, the most popular snacks, the authentic sauces, the convenient frozen products, you name it, we have it!
- Produce: 99 Ranch offers a wide range of fresh vegetables and fruits, sourced from locally and globally, all at competitive prices.
- Meats: Premium selections of meat and poultry from USDA inspected facilities.
- Live Seafood: Over 400 selections of live and frozen seafood set us apart from other grocery markets, as we provide complimentary services: cleaning, frying, and steaming at no extra cost.
Since the establishment back in 1984, 99 Ranch Market has striven to demonstrate its motto, “for 100, we try harder,” in our everyday operations. Its success in the past 35 years has made it more than just a grocery store chain – to Asian Americans, it’s their home away from home, to all other ethnic groups, it’s the link for you to experience and learn about Asian cultures.
Lion dances, balloon twisting, a live DJ, and the cheer-leading team from North Quincy High were among attractions at the grand opening weekend. Mayor Koch recalled there was a Norfolk Downs railroad station nearby when he grew in the neighborhood. He has welcomed the influx of Asian immigrants to Quincy over past two decades, and thanked 99 Ranch Market for choosing Quincy to open its first store in New England.
The store is located at 475 Hancock St. Quincy, MA 02171 and operates from 8 AM to 9 PM, seven days a week. For more information, please visit our website at www.99ranch.com.