Oliver’s Tavern Off The Green Event Calendar – May 2017
Monthly event schedule for popular new Windsor Tavern includes Beer, Wine, and MusicMORE
Oliver’s Tavern Off The Green Event Calendar – April 2017
Monthly schedule for popular new Tavern includes Beer, Wine, and MusicMORE
Oliver’s Market Wins Inclusive Employer Award
from Down Syndrome Association North Bay
Company to be honored at Voices 4 Down Syndrome Gala & Auction March 4MORE
Sonoma County-based grocer receives
2016 Progressive Grocer Outstanding Independent Award
Santa Rosa, CA, February 13, 2017 – Sonoma County-based grocer Oliver’s Market has been named the 2016 Progressive Grocer Outstanding Independent in the Multi-Store category. The company will be honored in an awards ceremony today (February 13) in Las Vegas during the National Grocers Association convention.MORE
January 6, 2017, Santa Rosa, CA -- Oliver’s Market, Sonoma County’s locally owned and operated grocer, has very generous customers. During the holiday season, Oliver’s partnered with Redwood Empire Food Bank to offer holiday bell necklaces for sale at the check stands for one dollar each. The “One Bell Saves Supper” campaign informed customers that with every purchase, Redwood Empire Food Bank could provide two meals for Sonoma County’s residents facing hunger.MORE
Monthly schedule for popular new Tavern includes Beer, Wine and Music.MORE
August 4, 2016 Santa Rosa, CA – Sonoma County grocer Oliver’s Market CEO Tom Scott will retire September 1, ending a 26 year career with the company.MORE
Santa Rosa, CA February 8, 2016 – Oliver’s Markets is releasing the results of an updated report exploring the economic value of shopping locally. Both the latest report and the original 2011 report were conducted by Dr. Robert Eyler, business consultant and Professor of Economics at Sonoma State University.
The results of Going Local as a Retailer: Oliver’s Market 2016 include the following findings:
- When a consumer buys a locally produced product from Oliver’s, the financial benefit to Sonoma County is 2 ½ times greater than when purchasing a national brand from a chain store.
- When a consumer buys a locally produced product from Oliver’s, the local taxes generated by that sale is almost three times greater than purchasing a national brand from a chain store.
- For every $1 Oliver’s spends on payroll, Oliver’s local focus supports another 81 cents in payroll spending at the Sonoma County producers supported by the company.