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New grocery stores looking for good help

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Three new grocery stores are coming to the area and they are looking for good help.

Price Less Foods is in the middle of a three day job fair before the opening of three new stores. Those stores will be located in Hillview, on Breckenridge Lane and on Beluah Church Road.

The chain has a unique pricing and checkout system.

"When the customer sees the product on the shelf, that is the price it took us to get it there. When they check out, they pay a 10% upcharge," said Joe Barrett, Price Less Foods Store Manager.

The last day for the job fair is tomorrow from 9 until 5. If you're interested, stop by the store at 3417 Breckenridge Lane, near Six Mile Lane.

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