With a door buster special flier in hand, Aaron Nitz waited patiently Wednesday morning with a growing group of loyal shoppers and curious residents waiting to gain access to one of the most highly anticipated store openings on the Peninsula: Whole Foods.
“Well, it's a great place to find quality food,” said Nitz, who, with his wife, owns two electric cars they can charge at one of Whole Foods' five charging stations. “We can charge our cars and shop. It's good for us.”
Nitz certainly wasn't alone.