David Kelly, a development and real estate veteran with over 25 years of experience, has joined Rite Aid Corp. as group vice president of construction.


Rite Aid, David Kelly, group vice president of construction, store planning, construction services, Frank Vitrano, Save-A-Lot Rite Aid stores, real estate, A&P, Pathmark, John Schultz








































































































































































































































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Rite Aid names Kelly group VP

June 6th, 2011

CAMP HILL, Pa. – David Kelly, a development and real estate veteran with over 25 years of experience, has joined Rite Aid Corp. as group vice president of construction.

He has been given overall responsibility for all store planning and construction services.

Kelly, 46, will also play a key role in the company’s various segmentation initiatives, which include wellness stores, value stores and co-branded Save-A-Lot Rite Aid stores. He reports to Frank Vitrano, senior executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer.

Most recently, Kelly was senior vice president of real estate and development at A&P.

“David brings over 25 years of vast development and real estate expertise to Rite Aid,” relates Vitrano. “His proven ability and experience with a diverse portfolio of retail projects will be a valuable asset to the company, especially as we continue to implement and grow our segmentation strategies.”

Kelly began his retail career in 1987 as a construction project manager at Pathmark Stores Inc.

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