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July 19, 2013

Leary's set to open store in Amesbury


“The way it works is the more you buy, the lower the price is,” Baltich said. “So I’ll be able to pass on a lower price to the consumer.”

Baltich has been the owner of Leary’s for nine years, and he said this is the first time Leary’s has opened a new store while under his ownership. He said Leary’s previously opened a second store in Natick, but that store no longer bears the Leary’s name.

With the new store, Baltich said his goal is to grow the business and expand Leary’s tradition of service and its wide-ranging mix of products to the Amesbury market.

“I’m looking forward to providing the same service, selection and competitive pricing in Amesbury as we do here in Newburyport,” Baltich said.

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