Old English Supermarket Opens New Outlet

With four branches already booming and servicing its teeming customers, novel Superstore, Old English Supermarket has opened another outlet.

This is to further realise its aim of becoming the superstore of choice of millions of upwardly mobile Nigerians.

Old English Supermarket, founded a couple of years ago, is a rare combination of visionary enterprise, diligent service, public affection and love. The idea is herculean in execution yet audacious in its simplicity and excellent returns.

With its branches in Omole, Abule Egba, GRA-Ikeja, Isolo already satisfying customers and enjoying good patronage, the new outlet which is now opened in Surulere is meant to cater for a new set of customers who want quality service and innovative approach to customer satisfaction and Service delivery.

Old English owned by entrepreneur extraordinaire, Akogun Lanre Alfred, is poised to be the largest retailer in Nigeria and Africa, and also seeks to achieve commercial success by adopting a mass distribution business model that incorporates the input of every stakeholder to successfully integrate accountability and commercial success.

According to its objectives, its mission is to help families save money so they can acquire their needs and live better. Old English scale to provide access to high-quality goods and fresh, nutritious food at low prices while creating opportunities for its associates and small and medium-sized global suppliers.

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