Aldi celebrates 100th store opening in Scotland
Aldi has reached a major milestone in Scotland this week with the opening of its 100th store.
The shop at Edinburgh’s Hermiston Gait Retail Park launched this morning.
Richard Holloway, regional managing director Aldi Scotland, said: “Reaching 100 Scottish stores is a huge achievement and one that really is a team effort. We would not be here if it wasn’t for the hard work and dedication of all our Aldi staff and I want to thank them for their continued commitment over the years.”
In celebration of the opening, the supermarket is giving out prizes worth a total of £6,000 across all its Scottish stores from today. The first 1,000 customers in each store spending £25 and over will be eligible for a scratch card, with various prizes up for grabs, including two vouchers worth £1,000 each.
Graham Nicolson, group buying director at Aldi Scotland, added: “We are so lucky to work with the most talented suppliers that Scotland has to offer to allow us to bring the very best of Scotland’s larder to our customers and I want to thank them for working in partnership with us so we can offer top quality, award-winning products at everyday amazing value. We are always looking at opportunities to expand our supplier base and are proud to say 30% of our range is now locally sourced in Scotland.”
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