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Veteran owned grocery partners with housing authority for new Harden St. grocery

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) -

A Columbia native and veteran announced the grand opening of Save-a-Lot food store on Harden Street, a Columbia Housing Authority economic development project on Wednesday.

Save-a-Lot is owned by Honor Capital, LLC. The veteran-owned and operated company helps fellow veterans open businesses that can build up their communities.

The Harden Street location is South Carolina's first Save-a-Lot owned by Honor Capital.

Marcus Scarborough, who is one of the store's owners, is a Richland Northeast High School graduate, a United States Naval Academy Graduate, and a former Lieutenant in the United States Navy.

Save-a-Lot's located on several bus routes of the COMET system, making fresh, affordable food available to those who've struggled to get it in the past.

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