Dierbergs Markets Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- Dierbergs Markets's estimated annual revenue is currently $282.2M per year.
- Dierbergs Markets's estimated revenue per employee is $227,000
- Dierbergs Markets has 1243 Employees.
- Dierbergs Markets currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Dierbergs Markets?
The store provided merchandise such as kerosene, flour, sugar, seasonings, boots and shoes, cloth and clothing, hardware items, and other staples. It was a reflection, much like Dierbergs stores today, of the demands and needs of its customers. William Dierberg (grandfather of Bob and Roger Dierberg, Dierbergs' chairman and vice chairman, respectively) purchased the store in 1914 from H. M. Koch. In 1929, William Dierberg turned the business over to his two sons, Bill and Fred. The following year, the business moved into a new 3,500-square-foot building on Olive Street Road in Creve Coeur. Operations continued at this location until 1960, when the Dierbergs moved to a new location at the corner of Craig and Olive in Creve Coeur. In 1961, Bill's son Bob entered the business fresh from college. By 1967, Bob had opened the Four Seasons store, a second location just four miles west of the Creve Coeur store. Progressive Grocer, a national trade magazine, heralded the store's modern design and named it "Store of the Month." In 1969, Fred's son Roger (Bob's cousin) entered the business, leaving behind an engineering career at McDonnell-Douglas. A steady expansion throughout the St. Louis metropolitan area began when a third store was opened in 1976 in Oakville, a suburb south of the city. Today, a fourth generation of Dierbergs occupy leadership roles in the company, which now has 20 stores: five in South County; four in St. Charles County; two in North County; eight in West County; and one in Illinois. Click here for a store directory. Now more than 5,000 employees share in Dierbergs' 149-year history and its reputation built on hard work, personal service and a commitment to meeting the growing needs of the community.keywords:N/A