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Visit your neighborhood Vons located at 5805 E Los Angeles Ave, Simi Valley, CA, for a convenient and friendly grocery experience! From our wide selection of groceries, bakery, deli and fresh produce, we've got you covered!
Our bakery features customizable cakes, cupcakes and more while the deli offers a variety of party trays, made to order. Our pick up service; Order Ahead, even allows you to place your bakery order online so its ready for you when you get here! At the butchers block you’ll find an assortment of meat and seafood, while the produce department is full of fresh fruits and veggies galore! Need your groceries fast? We now offer Grocery Delivery and DriveUp & Go™ to cater to our shoppers' busy lives! Our floral department offers exclusive debi lily design™ products and services made just to your liking! Vons is dedicated to being your one-stop-shop and provides a Coinstar and Western Union for your convenience. Further enhance your shopping experience by grabbing a hot cup of coffee at your in-store Starbucks and enjoy renting a movie from Redbox. Check out our Weekly Ad for store savings, earn Gas Rewards with purchases and download our Vons app for just for U® personalized offers. For more information, stop by or call (805) 522-1193. Our service will make Vons your favorite local supermarket!
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Happy Easter! 🥚🐣
Margie Fritz, General Manager GM/HBC shares that, “Women’s History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the difficulties and achievements of women in the past and to better understand how those great women in history can guide us today. Honoring these women and learning from their endeavors can help anyone find their path and maximize their potential.”
She encourages women in her field to focus on their strengths and to continuously ask questions, “Never let your lack of experience or knowledge deter you from pursuing a desired opportunity. Focus on your strengths, continuously ask questions, and gain the trust and guidance of peers and support teams.”
As a wife, mom, daughter, sister and friend, Margie shares, “My life experiences help lead with empathy, and I find it valuable to understand the struggles of everyday life that we all experience. Many times, people do not want advice, they want someone to listen. Listening is empowering someone to have their say. Listening can be enlightening and offers a perspective that previously may have been ignored or missed.”
Margie leads by example, and inspires not only her coworkers, but her children as well. Her daughter says of Margie, “You have empowered me to be strong and confident in myself. You have proved with dedication and hard work that anything is possible.” Her son notes, “My mom has proven gender is not a limitation, obstacles exist and there is a way to overcome the barriers. You have instilled that life is tough and you have to be tough to keep going.”
We are proud to have Margie forging her legacy of leadership in our organization.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we are proud to spotlight women leaders in our company who are making an impact on those around them. Maha Eldabaja, Center Store Operations Specialist, District 2 — Southern Division shares what this month means to her. “It’s a month to remember and honor all the women who laid the first stones of the road we are on today. To recognize and celebrate the women that are still setting the stones to our road today, tomorrow, and the future!”
Maha encourages other women in her field to be confident and persistent. She empowers those around her by offering support and encouragement, and honors those who have done the same for her. She credits Susan Morris, Executive Vice President and Chief Operations Officer for inspiring her to be the leader she is today. “I am inspired by the level of her energy, her enthusiasm, her smile, her humbleness, and the way she treats every single employee! Throughout my career, Susan has been there for me, supporting, empowering, and encouraging me to be the woman I am today. She is a true definition of a servant leader.”
We are proud to have strong, supportive women like Maha and Susan leading our company forward.
It’s French Bread Day! Celebrate with a fresh loaf from our bakery 🥖
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Molly Tevis is a Registered Dietitian and an inspiring leader within our organization. When reflecting on Women’s History Month, Molly remarks, “It is an opportunity to recognize and applaud the women that have come before me that fought for our rights, were trailblazers, and have made lasting impacts on American history.” We asked Molly a series of questions regarding women in leadership and those who have inspired her to lead.
Q: What advice would you give other women in your field?
A: Find what brings you joy in your work and how can you make it part of your daily life. Individually we offer unique insights and interests based on our own experiences and backgrounds, identify what you can bring to the table. And with that, we all can learn something from each other, so make sure there is always room at the table for others. Be your own cheerleader. You never know until you try or where it will lead, just keep raising your hand and jump in with both feet.
Q: How do you empower women on your team and in your life?
A: I hope to empower other women by encouraging them to lean in and build upon their strengths. I try to set an example by being hungry to learn and grow, ask questions and be curious. Encouraging others to embrace uncharted territories, to take the chance on nontraditional roles or responsibilities and make it their own.
Q: Who is a woman who has inspired you and why?
A: Professionally: I am constantly inspired by women who think outside the box and push the boundaries of the norm in any field. I do not think they need to be a public figure or have the loudest presence, but those that have paved their own paths which in turn has opened doors for others.
Personally: My mother was a physician and always encouraged me to be my best in everything. She empowered my siblings and I that we could do whatever we wanted to do in life. She recently retired after an early and surprising diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. The past 5 years she has been an even greater inspiration to not only me, but others around her. She has started a PD support group, volunteers regularly at her Parkinson’s movement gym, writes articles, speaks at conferences and participates in clinical trials to support the advances of the science. She has served as a substitute teacher, physician mentor and I think her favorite role of all, a babysitting grandma. She truly has taken a lemon and turned it into a bright, delicious lemon drop!
Happy St. Paddy’s Day! 🍀
3.14159YUM3589793238… Happy Pi Day!
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We are proud to feature the inspirational stories of women leaders within our company. This month we are paying tribute to the strength, spirit, and vision of all who are working to close the gender gap.
As former First Lady Michelle Obama said, “No country can ever truly flourish if it stifles the potential of its women and deprives itself of the contributions of half of its citizens.”
Expressing our gratitude for the powerful social, economic, cultural, and political contributions women have made throughout history and today.
Have you had a chance to try that viral Baked Feta Pasta? Grilled Cheese Social shared her recipe with us and it is FETAstic!
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In celebration of Women’s History Month, we are proud to feature some of the many women leading our company today. Gineal Davidson, Division President — Portland, shares what Women’s History Month means to her, and how she continues the legacy of empowering women to lead.
“During this month I always reflect on the challenges overcome and work done by the generations of women who came before us and on whose shoulders we stand. They paved the way for my generation to not only vote and work outside the home but to have an equal voice, equal pay, and a seat at the table where decisions are made. It’s because of them that today I am a division president in a Fortune 100 company. My mother and grandmother never would have imagined.”
Gineal offers this advice to other women in her field; “Be visible and vocal. Some women hesitate when new opportunities arise, or they self-censor their ideas in groups or meetings and don’t speak up. I have learned that being visible, being a representation of what is possible, helps stimulate ambition in women who want to grow a career. Being vocal means believing that your perspective and experiences are just as relevant as anyone else in the room and that speaking up adds to the conversation and decision-making even if your point of view is not adopted.
Enabling confidence is important to empowering women in business. Confidence is developed when your ideas are heard and acknowledged, when you're given opportunities to make decisions and make mistakes. It's not uncommon for women to feel a sort of "imposter syndrome” and question their abilities, their experiences, or the success that brought them to their current role. Intentionally soliciting the opinions of women, listen to their ideas and giving feedback, looking for assignments to help women stretch their skills and abilities, encourage women to apply for or accept new roles even if they are unsure if they are ready are all action I take to help empower women.”
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Inspired by Black luminaries of the past, we’re still taking steps toward racial equity today.
This week in Black History Month, we are proud to feature Ebony Robinson, a leading Store Director at Albertsons Companies, who shares what this month means to her: “To persevere, to feel empowered, and commemorate those who have led the way.” She says she is driven each day to set a positive example for her children, paving the way for next generations.
It’s Strawberry Day! 🍓🍰
Reflecting on the integrity of past leaders and the future they saw for us.
In continuation of our Black History Month spotlight series, we’re proud to introduce Randy Kimbrough, Grocery Warehouse Operations Manager. Randy is a leader who inspires those around him to be their best. He accredits his father for his strong foundation of integrity. “As a young boy, I watched him work several jobs to put my siblings and I through private grammar and high school. He would then come home cut the grass, shovel the snow or fix things around the house. And he still made time to do family things with us and attend my basketball games as a youth.” Today Randy instills these values in his own children and champions the words of Maya Angelou,
“Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”
This week we share the inspirational words of Juliette Pryor, our Executive Vice President & General Counsel. Juliette shares that while there are several quotes from Black Americans that she loves to revisit, one stands out as poignant during this time in our country. From the late Author James Baldwin, “Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be change until it is faced.”
Juliette reflects on Black History Month as an opportunity to be reminded of, elevate awareness about, and to appreciate many things. The obstacles and challenges Black people have overcome and continue to tackle, including slavery, Jim Crow segregation and systemic racism. The critical importance of the many contributions that Black people have made to this country and to the world, and the need to continue to work for equity and inclusion for all people. We are proud to have Juliette as a leader in our organization and inspiring future leaders to come.
On Supermarket Employee Appreciation Day we want to thank the hardworking front-line associates in our stores and distribution centers who make every day a better day at Vons. You make shopping easy, friendly and safe and create lasting relationships with customers. We appreciate all of your hard work and resilience, and we thank you for continuing to support our communities and customers every day!
Mmmmm, it’s Muffin Day 🤤 Pick up your favorites baked right in-store!
Paying tribute to the leaders of the past who illuminated the path toward racial justice, and those who continue to lead the way today.
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, we are proud to feature Jonathan Mayes, SVP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer.
Jonathan leads the important work being done to ensure that our organization champions equity and inclusion for all. When asked what Black History Month means to him, Jonathan remarks, “It raises awareness of the challenging struggle for civil rights, for human rights; and the many important contributions of courageous, committed and talented individuals who have gone before us.” We are proud to have Jonathan guiding our initiatives to continuously learn, listen and lead with integrity.
Let the good times roll!
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Happy Valentine’s Day! 😍💋
Come take a look at the selection of quality wines in our wine and beer department! Recognized as Wine Enthusiast's Retailer of the Year for 2020, our team has built an assortment of wonderful wines for all the occasions in your life. Come in and uncork the possibilities!
We’re grateful to the Black visionaries of the past who still inspire today’s leaders.
As we continue to celebrate Black History Month, Cheyenne Brown, Inventory Control Clerk & Diversity and Inclusion Council Member, recognizes his grandma as his inspiration. “She was the first Black woman in Bakersfield, CA, to become a parole officer in 1985 and selflessly helped raise me and my many cousins.”
Don’t click away! Happy Game Day 🤩
To celebrate the first day of Black History Month, Sharon Hall, our company’s Vice President Strategic Sourcing - Center of Excellence & Corporate and Shared Services, highlights what this month means to her:
It’s about remembering and honoring the talented, courageous, bold pioneers, trailblazers, and heroes who overcame obstacles and persevered in tough times; many who used their gifts and talents to promote equality and human rights, and those who lost their lives in the fight, who simply wanted to be free; and many who contributed to the modernization of this country, yet their labor not acknowledged or credited to them; I am grateful for their sacrifices, tenacity, and strength which paved the way to my current and future possibilities as a Black American.
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Want to create a world-class Game Day menu with help from celebrity chefs? Sign up for the virtual cooking event! Create delicious home tailgating recipes and help GENYOUth tackle student hunger! Tickets at http://bit.ly/3sXNVhC
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So do we. We are committed to working towards achieving Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream with contributions of $1M to the NAACP Legal Defense & Education Fund and $500K to the National Urban League, and have committed an additional $3.5M to supporting social justice and equity efforts in our country. See how these donations are impacting our neighbors in communities across the country and learn more about how you can help at https://naacpldf.org/ and https://nul.org/
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