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99p Store to open in Woolworths premises

A 99p Store is due to open at 18 High Street on Friday (location of the old Woolworths shop).

The 99p Stores website says,

"99P Stores Ltd was founded by Entrepreneur Nadir Lalani in January 2001. He opened his first store in Holloway in London, and continued to open 3 more stores that year. In 2002 Nadir decided to expand the business throughout the UK. He has rapidly developed 99P Stores making a total of 66 stores to date, serving 600,000 customers per week!

99P Stores Ltd aims to have 120 stores by 2010, aiming for a turnover of 250million and 2500 employees. Our Daventry based warehouse measures 150,000sq foot and holds 24,000 pallets. Our warehouse is open 24 hours, 6 days a week. 99P Stores currently employs 1500 people, including head office and warehouse staff."

Posted : 14/05/2009 15:20:04

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