The Town of Bentley is excited to announce that the grocery store is officially sold to new owners Brad and Andrea Bromley. They bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the community and to the operation of a grocery store. Below is a bit of history that showcases their experience and what they are bringing to Bentley. Mayor and Council would like to welcome the Bromley’s and wish them success in their business endeavor. We are thankful that we were able to attract the Bromley’s to the community and we look forward to the store being reopened once they complete their extensive renovations.


Brad Bromley:

– started career in 1994 at Leduc IGA that Mom and Dad owned as a bagboy/grocery clerk

– in 1997 our family opened the Leduc Garden Market IGA where I held the following positions: receiver, front end supervisor, front end manager, assistant grocery manager, produce manager, Fresh Dept. manager, Store Administrator, Assistant Store Manager and Store Manager

– in Oct 2012, we bought the Invermere Sobeys store

– in August 2015 we bought the Sylvan Lake Sobeys store, selling the store on Sept 9/23

– Director for the Leduc Chamber of Commerce, Director for the Leduc Curling Club, Director for the Leduc

Economic Development Committee, Director for the Invermere Chamber of Commerce,

Coached Sylvan Lake Minor Baseball, Director for the Sylvan Lake Economic Development

Committee, Director for the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce and most recently

I was the President of the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce


Andrea Bromley:

– started career at Gaetz South Sobeys as a Front-End Supervisor in 2004

– moved to Leduc in 2005 and became a part of the family business where she held

the following positions: front end supervisor, Manager in Charge, Seafood Dept.

Manager and various Administration management positions

– sat on the Parent Council for Eileen Madson primary school in Invermere,

Director for Sylvan Lake Vision for Non-Violence, Director/Registrar for the Sylvan

Lake Nautical Swim Club, hundreds of hours volunteering/chaperoning at all of the

schools our girls have attended


Community Involvement – food bank, Christmas Bureau, too many kids

organizations/youth groups to list, breakfast/lunch programs in
schools… really anything to do with helping the kids in our

community… we have always had a slogan from back in our Leduc

days that we think “it takes a community to raise a child” and we like

to help out wherever we can helping the next generation progress in life.


In our spare time, we love to go camping with our girls, Alana and

Maddy, and dog Bruno, golf and spend as much time with family as

we can.  We are also huge Oilers and Seahawks fans!


The anticipated opening of the store is early spring.