Italy’s Pan Panorama has announced the reopening of four former Padova-based Metá stores into franchise-operated Pam stores, following two months of restructuring.
The stores, located at Via Altinate 121, Via San Francesco 181, Via del Portello 13 and Corso Milano 92, will be added to Pam stores already operating at Piazza delle Erbe and Via San Francesco 32/B, elsewhere in the city.
All stores will be open seven days a week, and will offer home delivery services and enable customers to pay their household bills at the checkout. In addition, the stores will feature Pam’s ‘prezzo promessa’, a promotional campaign aimed at delivering shoppers favourite products at a low price.
“Finally, the Pam Panorama service is able to reach more and more people. The new format guarantees quality together with convenience,” said Pam Panorama franchise holders Roberto Ozzimolo and Michele Zambetti.
Elsewhere, a Pam Panorama spokesperson said that with the support of its franchise holders,the group will soon be able to open other stores in Mestre, Milano and Roma, totalling almost 70 outlets.
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