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PITTSBURGH (KDKA)– ALDI is officially re-opening its Pittsburgh store.

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The grocery store, located on 880 Butler St., was closed for remodeling.

On Wednesday, September 4, there will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the reopening. “Golden Ticket” gift cards will be given to the first 100 customers at the event.

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This store is the third to reopen in the Pittsburgh area in the past six weeks, following reopenings in Bethel Park and Bridgeville.

All three stores were part of a $54 million investment to improve the Greater Pittsburgh area.

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Anyone looking for a job at any of the Pittsburgh locations can apply at careers.aldi.us.