The 59th Grand Hyper showroom opens in Hawally

Grand Hyper counted among the leading hypermarket chains in GCC opened their 59th outlet on 30 May at Tunis street, Hawally.

Grand Hypermarket Hawally spanning across an area 23000 sq. feet was inaugurated jointly by Regency Group MD Dr. Anvar Ameen and Ex-Director General of Public Manpower Authority Jamal Al Dossary in the presence of Ayuob Kaccheri (Regional Director), Mohammed Suneer PC (CEO), Rahil Bassim (COO), Tahsir Ali (General Manager) and other management representatives. The inaugural event saw a huge turnout of members from the local community.

As part of the festivities, the new hypermarket has announced special prices for various products and a lucky draw contest where participants have a chance to win up to $150000 after shopping at the hypermarket. The new offers are available at all the outlets as well as this new hypermarket during Ramadan.

Grand Hyper is already present in Hawally Governorate in Ibn Khaldoun street and has enjoyed huge success over the years. The group saw an opportunity to cater to the large customer base present in Hawally, and a 2nd store spanning 23000sq feet was planned in Tunis street, Hawally.

Grand Hypermarket has built a strong reputation and engendered trust in the Kuwait market as a brand for providing a wide range of products including food, nonfood, world-class electronic appliances, home appliances, garments, footwear, health and beauty items at affordable prices.

Grand Hyper in Kuwait started 10 years prior in Fahaheel, which was met with great success. Now with 14 stores covering all major locations in Kuwait, Grand hyper is a household name in the country serving 72000 customers daily. The equal acceptance by both Kuwaiti nationals and expats has inspired the Group to further expand its reach in Kuwait.

The success of Grand Hypermarket is evident in the strong support by its loyal patrons, who throng the various outlets of the retail chain spread across the GCC countries. The benefits of price efficiency that the retailer gains through large-scale procurement of products are transferred onto its consumers.