Tesco Northern Ireland has invested £2.3m in the refurbishment of its ‘new-look, new-feel’ store in Dungannon, calling on the latest retail technology and design trends to create a convenient shopping experience.
The improvements, which include a contemporary bakery counter; brand new phone shop and extended beers wine and spirit sections, have been introduced so customers can navigate the store much easier, have more choice and ultimately have a more enjoyable time doing the weekly shop.
A ‘Scan as you Shop’ service has also been introduced to help busy shoppers save time at the checkouts, allowing customers to scan products as they walk round the store, and keep a tally of how much they are spending.
Renowned for its fresh food and support of local suppliers, the store facelift will see an extended grocery range with an even greater variety of fresh fruits and vegetables and the same commitment to local produce on the shelves.
Other features also include an improved clothing and general merchandise section, granting shoppers a seamless retail experience.
The Dungannon store refurb is the latest in a line of improvements made to local stores to ensure Northern Irish customers benefit from the latest retail offerings.
Following the refurbishment, store manager, Graham Agnew, said:
“We want our customers to enjoy a superior shopping experience, whilst taking advantage of the wide range of services that our newly refurbished store has to offer. Regular customers will be impressed and encouraged by the new layout, the new and improved look and feel of the whole store – not to mention the added convenience of our Scan to Shop service. We would like to thank our loyal customers and colleagues who have been patient with us during this busy project; we also look forward to welcoming new customers to our new and improved store in the coming weeks. I am immensely proud of the store, the team we have built, and the service levels we deliver for the Dungannon community.”