SPAR Guangdong celebrates first store opening of 2017
Spar International - Mar 1st 2017, 11:39
SPAR China Partner, SPAR Guangdong, recently celebrated the opening of its first new store of 2017, SPAR Tangxia Jindi, located in the Baihui Shopping Mall.
This is the third SPAR branded store to open in the town of Tangxia. It has a strong focus on quality convenience food products and services, as well as the availability of extensive ranges of non-food items.
Chairman of SPAR Guangdong, Mr Hu Jintai, and Deputy Chairman, Mr Liang Zhonghua, were present at the opening ceremony. They were joined by large crowds of people, many residents of the surrounding area, eager to see the new SPAR store and its product offer. One shopper said: “This is the nearest grocery store to my apartment, so I no longer need to travel far to reach my nearest SPAR supermarket. The product range is very impressive in this new SPAR store; I am really looking forward to shopping here.”
In addition to the fresh food and nonfood offering, SPAR Tangxia Jindi provides customers with many convenience-based services such as free Wi-Fi and a mobile phone service.
Located on the ground floor of the Baihui Shopping Mall, this is an impressive supermarket with a compelling shopping environment. The extensive ranges of products will satisfy the ever-changing needs of our customers.
To celebrate the new opening, SPAR Tangxia Jindi launched a series of promotions and communications during the first week of trading.Spar International
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