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Metro Retail breaks new ground in Bacolod


At the groundbreaking ceremony (from left) Sum-Ag Barangay Captain Rodney Carmona, MRSGI President and COO Manuel Alberto, Bacolod City Mayor Evelio Leonardia, MRSGI Vice President for Network Expansion Arnold Leoncio, and San Juan Nepomuceno parish priest Rev. Fr. Julius Espinosa.

METRO Retail Stores Group, Inc. (MRSGI) continues to expand its footprint in Western Visayas with the recent groundbreaking of Metro Supermarket Sum-Ag located in the progressive city of Bacolod, Negros Occidental. Rising within a 6,377sqm property along Araneta Street, National Highway, the new Metro store in Sum-Ag is expected to help boost the community’s economy and provide employment opportunities. Significantly, residents of Sum-Ag and nearby districts will have access to a wide assortment of quality merchandise – from daily essentials to fresh produce — all in affordable prices. MRSGI now operates in 54 stores in Central, Western, and Eastern Visayas, as well as in Central Luzon, Metro Manila, and South Luzon with three store formats comprising a department store, a supermarket and a hypermarket.

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Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020

Today’s Front Page February 25, 2020