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Hi-Lo Fairview - Bigger and bettter

Published:Friday | November 18, 2016 | 12:00 AM
GraceKennedy Group CEO Don Wehby (second right) cuts the ribbon to the new Hi-Lo Fairview with (from left): Andrea Coy, Anthony Hart and Renee Nathan.
The man of the moment! GraceKenendy Group CEO Don Wehby (centre) is flanked by (from left) GraceKennedy’s Nadia Bryce Reynolds and Hi-Lo’s Andrea Graham, Donna Taylor-Wright and Seya Rochester.
Proudly representing Rainforest Seafoods at the event were Bethany Young and Max Jardim.
Best Dressed Chicken brand officer Nikolette Williams (left) and brand manager Racquel Watson took a break from all the excitement to smile for our lens.
Guest speaker at the unveiling ceremony, Anthony Hart (left), in conversation with Reverend Ambrose Hinds.
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On Tuesday the second city was gifted with a newly renovated Hi-Lo Food Stores at its Fairview location.

The unveiling ceremony was attended by vendor partners who put out a delectable spread of delicious bites, wines and spirits.

The new Hi-Lo Fairview now features a deli, bakery, pharmacy, a juice bar, wider aisles and expanded product offerings. On the same building, customers will also be able to access financial services offered by Western Union, FX Trader and Bill Express.

It was the third store in the chain to have undergone an extensive facelift in the last two years.

In her address, CEO of Grace Foods and Services - Domestic, Andrea Coy, thanked guests for their patience and understanding during the renovation, as the store was still opened to the public during upgrading.

Prominent businessman Tony Hart who was quite pleased with the renovation, in his keynote address thanked the entire team at GraceKennedy for their unwavering delivery of quality products and services to Jamaica.

Hi-Lo Food Stores will continue the exercise with its Portmore store in a few months, and at Cross roads and Spanish Town shortly after.