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Giant celebrates Independence month with exciting offers

8th August, 2018

KOTA KINABALU: Giant hypermarket will be having a “National Day Offer – Extra Savings, Extra Cheer” campaign, whereby a product a day will be discounted by 50 per cent throughout this month.

These products will be selected from a variety of categories including health and beauty, groceries, perishables and general merchandise.

The promotion is limited to three items per customer with a minimum purchase of RM30.

“This campaign has been launched to celebrate Malaysia’s National Day, and is just one of our many initiatives to offer more value for money for our customers.

“More importantly, we also ensure that the normal non-discounted price of the majority of products in our Giant stores remains competitive,” said GCH Retail (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd managing director Pierre-Olivier Deplanck.

“Since Giant’s establishment in Malaysia in 1974, we are committed to helping customers manage their household expenditure by easing the cost of living and enhancing living standards.”

This is especially important now, he added, as consumers in Malaysia look at ways to make their ringgit go further. As groceries and everyday essentials form the largest part of most families’ monthly expenditure, any extra value gained can have a tremendous impact in the long run.

According to Deplanck, who reiterated the group’s commitment to enhancing value for customers at a meeting with Malaysia’s Council of Eminent Persons, Giant has consistently focused on providing competitive prices to customers in Malaysia.

“Being the largest network of supermarkets and hypermarkets nationwide, we provide customers with fresh produce of the highest quality at affordable prices.

“We continue to be the value leader of choice for families’ grocery and everyday needs nationwide, and we take this responsibility very seriously. Our customers come first!” he said. – By Vesta Vanessa Jsol

   
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