No Frills Supermarkets
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The company was started by Harold Cooperman. No Frills received its name from the idea of a grocery store where instead of focusing on the appearance of the store, or "frills", the focus would be on the competitive pricing of products and overall support of customers.
- Ashland, Nebraska
- Bellevue, Nebraska (1 location)
- Blair, Nebraska
- Council Bluffs, Iowa (1 location, one closed 2016)
- Denison, Iowa (closed in early 2015)
- Glenwood, Iowa
- Omaha, Nebraska (7 locations now Family Fare)
- Papillion, Nebraska (closed in 2015)
- Plattsmouth, Nebraska
- No Frills Supermarkets website
- Hoover's profile on No Frills Supermarkets, Inc.
- Great Omaha Chamber of Commerce – No Frills Campaign Receives National Recognition at Creative Choice Awards
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