Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen stopped at the new Euclid Avenue store while he was in Lexington last month to be inducted into the University of Kentucky Hall of Distinguished Alumni. He started at Kroger as a stock clerk at its old Eastland store.
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen stopped at the new Euclid Avenue store while he was in Lexington last month to be inducted into the University of Kentucky Hall of Distinguished Alumni. He started at Kroger as a stock clerk at its old Eastland store. Herald-Leader
Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen stopped at the new Euclid Avenue store while he was in Lexington last month to be inducted into the University of Kentucky Hall of Distinguished Alumni. He started at Kroger as a stock clerk at its old Eastland store. Herald-Leader

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