Tuesday, August 28, 2012 at 2:57 pm (Updated: August 29, 3:15 pm)
A liquidation sale will begin the final phase of renovation plans that introduce the retailer Shopko to this area.
Based in Green Bay, Wis., the company merged with Pamida earlier this year and will be remodeling and rebranding its stores in Hodgenville, Munfordville and Brandenburg later this year. The stores will become Shopko Hometown, a smaller version of the retailers’ discount stores designed for smaller communities.
Tara Powers, a spokeswoman for the company, said the firm wants to fill “a void in the retail landscape.”
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