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FEATURED BUSINESS:
Jeff's Marketplace
Owner Jeff Durecka
35 Kristian Drive, Sandusky, MI  48471
810.648.4310
www.myjeffsmarketplace.com
Hours: ​Mon-Sat  7:00 AM-9:00 PM     
           Sun          7:00 AM-8:00 PM

Jeff Durecka is the owner of Jeff's Marketplace, located at 35 Kristian Drive, Sandusky, MI (formerly Jerrys Foodland). Born in Sandusky, Jeff Durecka is a Sanilac County native raised in the the Croswell area. His business grocery store background began at age 14 when he began to work at Kettlewell's Market in Croswell. He has owned grocery stores in Rose City from 1988-91.In 1998 he started a grocery store in Port Sanilac, a store in Lexington in 2006, owned a grcery store in Caseville from 2010-2013, and in Croswell since 2013. .

As a business owner, Jeff's said some of his biggest assets is the relationships he creates with his customers. His motto is "You never have to make excuses for quality."

Jeff' recognizes the long time business established by the Rich family had in Jerrys Foodland and he plans on continuing the long-standing tradition of quality and value in the products he sells.

One thing Jeff wants to the public to know is that the Spartan Foods merged with Nash-Finch Corporation, The new corporation renamed their in-store brand names from the Spartan brand name to Our Family. The products are the same quality products as before with the Spartan brand, but with a new name.

Jeff said community involvement, personal care, quality products and  service, and great value are the key to a businesses success. Mr. Durecka is involved with community services organizations and sponsors youth sports programs. He was also a member of the Croswell Fire Department and Port Sanilac Fire Department. 

When asked about doing business in Sandusky, Durecka stated "The business environment has changed with big box store chains and has become much more competitive. A business has to be able to adjust adjust to changes. I Invite the public to come in and see what we have to offer and give us a chance to serve you." ..Jeff Durecka