ARCHIVED  January 21, 2004

Toddy’s closing Greeley grocery store

GREELEY – One of the last remaining Toddy’s Super Markets in Northern Colorado will close to make way for a new Walgreens Drug Store.

Owner Mick Todd sold the 38,000-square-foot store at 2400 16th St. to Walgreens for an undisclosed amount.

The sale leaves the Fort Collins Toddy’s store at 2601 S. Lemay Ave. as the last of four stores that once made up the regional chain. Mick Todd’s father, John Todd, founded the independent chain in 1977 with the Greeley store. Other stores were later added in Berthoud, Fort Collins and Denver. The Berthoud store closed in 2002 and the Denver location closed in the late 1980s.

Mick Todd said he has no plans to close the Fort Collins store.

GREELEY – One of the last remaining Toddy’s Super Markets in Northern Colorado will close to make way for a new Walgreens Drug Store.

Owner Mick Todd sold the 38,000-square-foot store at 2400 16th St. to Walgreens for an undisclosed amount.

The sale leaves the Fort Collins Toddy’s store at 2601 S. Lemay Ave. as the last of four stores that once made up the regional chain. Mick Todd’s father, John Todd, founded the independent chain in 1977 with the Greeley store. Other stores were later added in Berthoud, Fort Collins and Denver. The Berthoud store closed in 2002 and the Denver…

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