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Grand Hyper’s prestigious 50th showroom in the GCC opens at Souk Al Kabir, Kuwait City
April 29, 2018, 11:43 am

In the midst of a splendid display of Indo-Arab cultural festivity, the 50th branch of Grand Hypermarket was officially inaugurated on Friday, 27th April, at Souq Al Kabir in Kuwait City. Offering a cultural feast to the guests were exclusive performances of Punjabi dance, traditional drums from Kerala, and items from other Indian states including Bengal.

The much-awaited 50th branch of Grand Hyper in the GCC was inaugurated by Sheikh Dawood Salman Al Sabah. This also happens to the group’s 13th outlet in Kuwait. Grand Hyper and Regency Group’s Dubai Managing Director conducted the first official sales transaction with Dr. Anwar Ameen Jamal Al Dosari in the presence of eminent cultural and community leaders in Kuwait.

Thousands of customers turned up enthusiastically for the inaugural ceremony braving the dusty weather conditions making the event a success. The main high point of the new branch is the Food Court as there are no restaurants or eateries in the close vicinity.

The Indian and Chinese cuisines served at the Food Court are sure to be a delicious relief to the many hundreds of employees working in the area.

The retail chain has been catering to both citizens and expatriates with a wide range of products that are much sought-after for their high quality and competitive pricing.

Grand Hypermarket achieves this by sourcing the items directly from the source, bypassing middlemen, thus transferring the price benefits to the end consumer. In addition to the competitive pricing, innumerable prizes are also awaiting customers throughout the year.

Grand Hypermarket provides its customers a wide range of world-class products and brands. Enabling the everyday customer access high-quality products for affordable rates is what sets Grand Hypermarket apart from the others.

The success of this strategy of putting the consumer first has been proven by the chain’s continuous expansion in various parts of the GCC.

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