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Retail Management Certificate Graduates - October 2020

Congratulations to these Brookshire Brothers employee-owners for completing their Retail Management Certificates through our partnership with the WAFC (Western Association of Food Chains). We can't wait to see how they build their careers! ...

Brookshire Brothers has implemented the Governor of Louisiana's Directive on Facial Coverings

Brookshire Brothers complies with all state and local directives regarding face coverings as well as all CDC guidelines regarding sanitization and social distancing.  Our goal is to protect our customers and our employee-owners from the spread of COVID-19.  We expect our customers to adhere to the Governor’s directive for the safety and wellbeing of all Louisianians.

On July 17th Brookshire Brothers Implemented the Governor of Texas’ Directive on Facial Coverings

Brookshire Brothers complies with all state and local directives regarding face coverings as well as all CDC guidelines regarding sanitization and social distancing.  Our goal is to protect our customers and our employee-owners from the spread of COVID-19.  We expect our customers to adhere to the Governor’s directive for the safety and wellbeing of all Texans.

Brookshire Brothers Coming to Lumberton, Texas!

Lufkin, TX (June 1, 2020) – Brookshire Brothers is expanding its presence this summer in Hardin County in Southeast Texas.   Company President and CEO John Alston announced the June first acquisition of the Market Basket location in Lumberton, Texas.  This is the second Market Basket location Brookshire Brothers has acquired in the last year.

DeQuincy, Louisiana Honors the Fallen with Iwo Jima Memorial Replica

As Memorial Day approaches, we remember the sacrifice of those who have lost their lives serving our country. Brookshire Brothers recently leased land adjacent to its store in DeQuincy to the City of DeQuincy Louisiana for $1 for 99 years to build a replica of the Marine Corps Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial) near Arlington, Virginia. This monument was the lifelong dream of DeQuincy resident Dr. Howard L. Snider, who was among the marines that cheered on the raising of the American Flag in Iwo Jima. Dr.