Bob and Dianne Kimball, new owners of Wohlner’s Neighborhood Grocery & Deli, have added an online grocery service, complete with curbside pick-up and delivery. Read on for all the details!
What products are available?
Great news -- if Wohlner’s sells it, it’s available for purchase online.
Is there a fee or minimum order?
There is a $15 minimum per order. Curbside pick-up is complimentary and available at no cost. Delivery starts at $4.99 and varies by location.
How do I place an order?
Our online storefront is powered by Mercato. Click here to start your order. If you have any questions along the way, give us a call at the store: 402-504-1025.
How does DELIVERY work?
As you complete your order and move through check-out, select Delivery and the date/time you’d like your groceries delivered. Provide your delivery address and any special instructions. Before checking out, ensure you haveDelivery selected.
A DoorDash, Postmates or Uber Eats delivery driver will deliver your groceries per your order.
How does PICK-UP work?
As you complete your order and move through check-out, select Curbside Pick-up and the date/time you’re planning to pick-up. Before checking out, ensure you have Pick-Up selected.
Upon arrival, pull in the parking garage and park near the vestibule doors. Call the store at 402-504-1025 to notify us that you’re on-site to pick up your order. A Wohlner’s team member will confirm your identity and order, and load your groceries into your car.
Is there a discount code for my first purchase?
Sure thing! Use code WOHLNERS10 at checkout for $10 off your purchase and 30 days of free delivery through Mercato Green. *Discount code valid through 1/1/21.
Do Weekly Special prices apply to online orders?
Yes, whether you shop in person or online, the Weekly Special prices apply to all purchases. If you’d like to receive Wohlner’s Weekly Specials direct to your inbox each Wednesday, click here.
Who are the new owners?
Bob and Dianne Kimball purchased Wohlner’s Neighborhood Grocery & Deli in April from third generation owner Mike Schwartz, continuing a tradition of family ownership that dates back to 1918.
“Throughout the course of my tenure with numerous chains, I always, in the back of my mind, thought about owning my own store,” Bob said. “When this opportunity presented itself, it was an absolute perfect fit for us.”
Prior to the purchase and Mike’s retirement, Bob served as Wohlner’s general manager for four years, and has more than 40 years in the grocery business. The Kimballs – both born and raised in Fremont, Neb. – have been married for 38 years and have lived in Omaha for the last two decades. They have four children (three sons and a daughter) and two grandchildren.
Have more questions about this new service? Call 402-504-1025 or email email@example.com.
For more information about Wohlner’s Neighborhood Grocery & Deli, click here.
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