The Aldi’s Alton store opening was performed by the Mayor of Alton
Aldi’s newest store opening in Alton was welcomed by over 40 customers. The new store was officially opened by the Mayor of Alton, Councillor Graham Hill at 8.00am this morning.
To celebrate the opening, Aldi provided a range of food samples for customers throughout the morning.
Aldi prides itself on supporting local community groups, and the Alton store has been working with the Salvation Army to donate £250 along with products from the store. Over the next coming weeks, Aldi will be engaging with local schools and hosting events at the store.
The new store has created 42 new jobs for the local community and additional roles can be found online. Aldi prides itself on high quality products at everyday low prices as well as locally sourced produce, and the new store is served with a range of around 1,500 product lines at affordable prices.
With Aldi’s ‘Specialbuys’ days occurring every Thursday and Sunday offering customers fantastic savings on a range of electrical and household products, Aldi’s opening week ‘Reduced Specialbuys’ include savings of up to £30 on selected products such as; 32” Full HD LED TVs (£139.99), DAB/FM(£9.99) and GPS Unisex Watch (£39.99).
Aldi Alton Store Manager, Hanna Chirek commented: “The team and myself are very happy with today’s events. Having many customers arrive this morning and sampling products is a positive sign for things to come.
“We would like to thank everyone for their support during the launch and hope the shoppers enjoyed themselves as much as we did.”