Naivas opens its flagship store for the western region

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Leading local retail chain, Naivas Supermarket has opened doors of its newest and biggest outlet yet in Kisumu City at the Simba Union along Kakamega road.

 The new store a food market, will be the retailer’s 3rd outlet in Kisumu covering about 30,000 square feet of trading space.

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This new development comes barely two days after the opening of naivas Githurai 44 outlet located along Kamiti Road. It also opens its doors during the exciting Campaign ‘Kisumu to Dala Naivas Duka Marwa’ that has been running since April. The campaign has seen to it that shoppers enjoy exclusive sales offers thus proving them with a reprieve against the hard times occasioned by COVID-19.

“This is Kenya’s third city after Nairobi and Mombasa and a county that has experienced remarkable social economic growth over the years and the very reason why we are making a third return. It is because of the support we have received from the communities within which we operate that has seen the success of our other two branches in the locality. Also, as a growing metropolis, we have through research identified some gaps one of which is that this city is still underserved and as such we are back with an offering through Simba Foodmarket to address these gaps, “said naivas Chief Commercial Officer, Willy Kimani.

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The shopping experience promises to be world class, as there is a wonderful mix of science and art  in the store layout something that has become synonymous with the brand. Shoppers should except nothing short of excellent customer service crowned by Kenyan hospitality as well as ample parking space which will enhance the customer experience. The new store is stocked with a variety of quality products to choose from raging from fresh produce, commodities, electronics and other general products.

Other outlets in the pipeline for the retailer include two outlets in Embakasi, Greenspan and Juja City Mall which are expected to start operations before 30th August.

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