Pick n Pay Swakopmund shows off their new look

Sharlien Tjambari

Pick n Pay Swakopmund had the official re-launch of their ‘New Look’ store in middle November. The store was renovated and now has a modern, friendly environment and employees are com-mitted to serve customers with passion.

Pick n Pay is a member of the O&L Group, Norbert Wurm, the Managing Director of Pick n Pay said: “we are extremely passionate about the group purpose ‘creating a future, enhancing life’, and one of the ways in which we make this vision a reality is by growing our business to become the retailer of choice in Namibia. Not only does this mean that we offer quality pro-ducts and services to our customers and our fellow Namibians, but that we contribute to the growth of our employees as well”.
Wurm further said, regardless of the current challenging economic times that affect each and every individual and businesses in Namibia, Pick n Pay Namibia will continue to invest in up-lifting shopping experiences in the country, and through this aim to contribute to continued economic growth of the country.
“As a company dedicated to this, our Namibia, we understand it is our responsibility to in-vest in a responsible and sustainable manner, re-gardless of negative sentiments around us”.
According to Wurm, Pick n Pay Swakopmund is committed to weekly food supplies to the Hanganeni Primary School in Mondesa, as well as monthly vouchers accumulating to a total value of N$12 000 per annum.
“We trust that our humble contribution will make a difference in the lives of these learners by providing them with a nutritious meal that would enable them to exercise better concentration in the class-room”, he concluded.
The night was filled with laughter, joy, and dance by the staff members, the food and wine blended in perfectly.
Among the guests was the Mayor of Swakopmund, Pauline Nashilundo, O&L Executive Chairman Sven Thieme, and Johan Botha.

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