Value City Regal Store has officially opened today in Suva with a total investment of $400,000.
Managing Director for Value City, Vera Chute says this will be their signature store in their chain of Value City superstores.
Chute says Value City has become Fiji’s preloved clothing store from when it started in the year 1990 till now.
They have a total of 189 employees in all their outlets.
There are 15 branches all over Fiji and they have also branched out into home appliances, furniture and bric-a-brac.
While opening the new store, Australian High Commissioner to Fiji John Feakes says today has marked another successful bond between Australia and Fiji.
Feakes says despite the COVID 19 which has stopped tourists from travelling to Fiji, special occasions such as this makes it easier for the two countries to come together.
Value City first opened their outlet in Labasa on the 19th of September 1990 which was opened by the founder Patrick Chute.
Chute says despite all the challenges, they will never give up and the show must go on.
The Value City Regal Store will be open to the public from 10 am tomorrow.
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