‘Understanding Your Co-op’: New Series Begins July 17

GM Ed Fox and CFO Paul Guidone Plan Open Meetings with Members and Customers

Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society General Manager Ed Fox, and CFO Paul Guidone may be relative newcomers to the Co-op but they have high regard for the cooperative’s many assets and storied history. 

Since arriving at our Co-op in the spring/summer of last year, Fox and Guidone have been assessing the Hanover Co-op’s strengths, opportunities and threats on a near daily basis. They now wish to share their insights with member-owners and shoppers alike.

Please plan to join Ed and Paul during one-hour sessions, part of our multi-series topic discussions titled, Understanding Your Co-op. Co-op owners and customers will have five opportunities to meet with Ed and Paul during the week of July 17. Meetings are scheduled in Hanover, Lebanon and White River Junction. All times and locations are posted below and online at http://coopfoodstore.com/calendar/month. Refreshments will be served.

We hope to see you there.

Understanding Your Co-op

Meetings to be held week of July 17

Hanover:  Monday, July 17, 1:00 – 2:00 and 6:00 – 7:00, upstairs Board Room.

Lebanon: Wednesday, July 19, 1:00 – 2:00 and 6:00 – 7:00, Conference Room (near Co-op Learning Center)

White River Junction: Saturday, July 22, 11 – noon, LISTEN Center, 42 Maple Street, White River Junction (use entrance near rear of building)

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About Hanover Co-op Food Stores

The Hanover Co-op Food Stores—also known as the Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society—is owned by more than 24,000 members. The Co-op seeks to build a well-nourished community cultivated through cooperation. From its founding in 1936 by 17 Dartmouth College professors and their spouses, the Hanover Co-op is now one of the oldest and largest of its kind in the United States. In recent years, this business has served more than 5,000 customers a day. For more than 85 years, this cooperative has stood by its founding commitment to buying locally produced food and goods. From locations in New Hampshire and Vermont, this consumer-owned business generates sales of $85 million annually from three grocery stores, a community market, and two auto service centers.