Hobby Lobby will open its first Lancaster County store on Monday, Sept. 24, the organization reported Friday on its Facebook page.
The store will fill the previous Giant grocery store space in the Hawthorne Center at 2074 Fruitville Pike.
The rented space will be staffed with around 40 full-time and low maintenance workers, said Kevin Lapp, a foremost in Hawthorne Center Associates, which claims the strip mall.
Lapp called Hobby Lobby “an astounding fit” with the middle’s different occupants, which incorporate Walmart, Ruby Tuesday and Panera Bread.
A Hobby Lobby representative said Monday that the Lancaster store will pay its full-time workers $15.70 a hour and its low maintenance workers $10.45 60 minutes.
LNP announced in February that Hobby Lobby would fill the 50,000-square-foot space, sit without moving since Giant shut there in May 2017 following nine long periods of task.
Hobby Lobby burned through $1.3 million on remodels to the space, barring the cost of new apparatuses and gear, as per a building grant issued by Manheim Township.
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