PNP Athlone Park - your friendly family store

2016-08-31 06:00
Store managers (front) are in front from left: Ronald Pillay, Joey Govender, Berashnee Clarman and Felicia Govender and at the back from left owner, Craig Dunnington, Devon Kupferman and Monika Dunnington and Mthu Mqadi.  Photo: johann van dalen

Store managers (front) are in front from left: Ronald Pillay, Joey Govender, Berashnee Clarman and Felicia Govender and at the back from left owner, Craig Dunnington, Devon Kupferman and Monika Dunnington and Mthu Mqadi. Photo: johann van dalen

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THERE is a saying that goes “from my family to yours” - meaning you’ll get or deserve only the best, as I would do onto my own family.

It is this kind of thinking that lies behind the success of the family owned and run Athlone Park Pick n Pay store.

The supermarket is the ultimate in customer convenience with happy staff always ready to serve customer’s needs. Its legacy therefore lies in superior quality products and superior service.

For ultimate in convenience it stocks a variety of products at comparable lower costs, with Brand Match now a well-known initiative for customers to save on popular brands.

Contributing to the superior products are a good selection of fresh produce, choice meat cuts from the in-store butchery, freshly baked items from the bakery and top quality, fast food from the delicatessen.

“We opened our doors in August 1996, Steve Salmon, a pioneer in setting up supermarkets and personal friend, was a partner in original set up of the family store. We both worked for Pick n Pay corporate and started this venture together,” owner, Craig Dunnington said.

“Ten years later, we expanded the store to the size it is today. Steve left after the expansion in 2007,” he added. The staff prides itself in knowing 70% of their customers and the outlet is known for the convenience, range and price it offers.

Talking of affordability, their late-night shopping initiative every second Friday night, continues to set the bar and is now offered from 8am to 8pm.

“Keep an eye on the Amanzimtoti Fever for front-page and full-page adverts every week for great priced products,” he added.

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