Lakewood Grocer Donates To Needy Family

Chris Mosby of Patch:

Constantino’s may still be new in town, but the family-owned grocer is already making an impact for local families. LakewoodAlive‘s Housing Outreach Program identified a family in-need this holiday season and Constantino’s donated $150 of groceries.

“We are so happy to provide this gift to one of our Lakewood residents and thankful for the commitment Andrew Revy and Constantino’s has already shown to the Lakewood community since opening last week.” said Allison Urbanek, LakewoodAlive housing outreach program director.

Constantino’s opened Dec. 6 at the site of the former Nature’s Bin grocery. Co-owners Andrew and Anna Revy are both Lakewood High School alum and current residents. Andrew told Patch at the ribbon cutting event on Dec. 5 that he wanted to be the “perfect embodiment of a local grocer.”

Andrew also said he and his family wanted to serve their own neighborhood. The Revys already operate four other stores around the Cleveland area. The Lakewood location is the first Constantino’s store in a Greater Cleveland suburb.

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