For the record, Alan Levin owner and son of founder Harry Levin said at the time of sale the scale and buying power of being part of WAG would lead to better service and prices. That didn't happen. I believe the local scuttlebutt that when his father died, he had political ambitions and little interest in the business. When WAG came shopping the story is he was 'Happy' to take the money, Nothing wrong with that. He currently is Economic Development Director in DE and there is talk of him running for governor.