Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Four Square Coromandel is ready to open

The new Four Square Coromandel store is completing its finishing touches, as the eagerly anticipated store gets ready to open on Tuesday 9 June at 8.15am.


“We are thrilled to open a bigger, and better Four Square in Coromandel,” says Angela Bull, Foodstuffs North Island Ltd, General Manager Property Development. “We have been part of the Coromandel community for over 30 years and are delighted to have invested in the town with a Four Square the community can be proud of. We look forward to the store meeting all of our customers’ fresh food and grocery needs in a modern, easy to shop and convenient environment.”

Peter and Lesley Pritchard, owner-operators of Four Square Coromandel are looking forward to opening the new supermarket.

“We can’t wait to open the doors to our new store and bring Coromandel a brand new Four Square. We’ve loved being a part of the Coromandel community during our 12 years at the Kapanga Road store and the new Four Square will be a fantastic addition to the town. It has been a long wait and we would like to thank our customers for their support and patience. We’ll have plenty of car parking and easy access, with wider aisles, a greater range of fresh food and everyday products, and all the convenience and personal service our customers enjoy while shopping at Four Square,” says Peter Pritchard.

The new supermarket will employ 30 staff, creating six new jobs in the community.

The supermarket, located at 50 Wharf Road in Coromandel, will be officially opened on Tuesday 9 June at 8.15am by Scott Simpson, MP for Coromandel. Members of the public are welcome to attend the opening and be amongst the first people to shop at Four Square Coromandel.

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