Who is the owner of Rouses?

Who is the owner of Rouses?


Type Private
Founders J.P. Rouse (City Produce Company) Anthony J. Rouse (Founder of Rouses Markets)
Headquarters Thibodaux, Louisiana, U.S.
Number of locations 76 (2019)
Area served Louisiana, Alabama & Mississippi

How many Rouses locations are there?

Later in the year the company acquires LeBlanc’s Food Stores, which had nine stores in the Baton Rouge area, bringing the total number of Rouses Markets to 54.

What states have Rouses?

Rouses Markets are a chain of grocery supermarkets in the U.S. states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi with more than 6,500 employees.

Does Rouses have an app?

The Rouses Market Shopping App is available for free download in iOS and Android versions.

How many stores does Rouses have in Louisiana?

35 Rouses locations
Today there are 35 Rouses locations throughout Louisiana and Mississippi, including five Epicurean-style markets. Rouses is now the largest independent grocer in Louisiana, with more than 4,700 associates.

How many rouses in Alabama?

Thibodaux-based Rouses currently has five stores in lower Alabama. A store at 7765 Airport Blvd. in Mobile is set to open in April. The company said it is looking at expanding in Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.

Can you cash a check at Rouses?

@gerrysaysthings We only cash payroll checks for previously approved employers, and government checks.

Can you buy stamps at Rouses?

Rouse’s Supermarket is a USPS-authorized retailer where postage stamps are sold.

Does rouses use Apple Pay?

You can buy Money Orders at any participating Rouses location in amounts up to $1,000.00 for a fee of 50 cents each, payable by cash or chip based debit cards. The chip must be inserted and a PIN entered and the card must be present. We do not take Apple or Google pay for money orders purchases at this time.

Does Rouses have Apple pay?

Rouse’s Supermarket accepts credit cards and Apple Pay.

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