Checkers Gillitts officially opens its doors

2016-11-29 06:00
 Photos: Kalisha Naicker Tevin Chilli, Willem Hunlun, Vanessa Naidoo and Warren Kuppudu.

Photos: Kalisha Naicker Tevin Chilli, Willem Hunlun, Vanessa Naidoo and Warren Kuppudu.

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CHECKERS Gillitts officially opened its doors for trading on Thursday, 24 November.

To celebrate the store’s grand opening, customers were treated to countless opening specials and delicious tasters from the Cheese World range of over 400 specialty cheeses. A R5 000 donation (in the form of Checkers shopping vouchers) was also handed over to Sarepta Church as part of the store’s community upliftment promise.

Checkers Gillitts will cater for all customers’ daily, weekly and monthly food and household requirements. Over and above an extensive range of groceries, there are also a number of service departments including a hot and cold foods deli, a fish shop, butchery, bakery, fresh fruit and vegetable department, coffee bar and sushi bar. The butchery provides an extensive selection including the superb Steakhouse Classic range made from A-class extra matured grain-fed beef, Venison and lamb from the Kalahari.

Customers can also save time by making use of the extensive services available at the in-store Money Market counter. These include making municipal or service account payments, buying national lottery, bus, airline and Computicket event tickets and more.

Checkers Gillitts promises customers a convenient shopping experience with a total of 13 pay points and 300 free parking bays. Trading hours are 8am to – 8pm from Mondays to Sundays.

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