OTTAWA, ONTARIO - (Marketwired - Aug. 28, 2015) - Giant Tiger Stores Limited is excited to announce the planned opening of its newest store in Fergus, Ontario. This location, which will be the first Giant Tiger in Fergus, is scheduled to open on May 14, 2016.
The store will be located at 900 Tower Street South and will occupy approximately 16,500 square feet of retail space.
"We are excited to bring our outstanding value and fun shopping experience to Fergus, Ontario," said Thomas Haig, President of Giant Tiger Stores Limited.
"Residents of Fergus have been asking for a Giant Tiger for some time now. We are happy to finally break ground here and are looking forward to being part of the community."
To celebrate the grand opening on May 14, community events and programming are planned throughout the day.
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Giant Tiger is the leading Canadian owned family discount store, committed to providing on trend family fashions, groceries, and everyday needs. Established in 1961 in Ottawa's ByWard Market, the privately held company has over 200 locations across Canada and employs over 7,000 team members. All Giant Tiger locations are locally owned or operated by a team member who knows the community. In 2001 the North West Company entered into a franchise agreement with Giant Tiger Stores Limited to open and operate Giant Tiger stores in Western Canada. The friendly local stores with the iconic yellow Tiger logo are not only where Canadians shop more and spend less, but they also help bring communities together.
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Giant Tiger is the leading Canadian owned family discount store, committed to providing on trend family fashions, groceries and everyday needs.