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24 March 2024 | Announcements

Aisle be back – The Warehouse Tory Street store reopens today

With a sprinkle of excitement and basket loads of low prices, The Warehouse Tory Street is flipping its 'Closed' sign to 'Open' as the store reopens its doors to Wellingtonians today.

The re-opening will be a phased approach, with grocery, pet, and baby products available from 25 March, with the store fully reopened by 23 April. This comes after the store was damaged during a fire in June 2023, and has meant the store has been closed for repairs and refurbishment.

The Warehouse’s Tanya Atkinson says it’s fantastic to be back open in central Wellington.

“We’re thrilled to be opening our doors and we’re looking forward to seeing our customers again.

“It’s fantastic to re-open with our grocery offering first, which is incredibly popular with Wellingtonians – particularly students and those living in the inner city. Grocery has grown to 20% of The Warehouse sales nationally, as more Kiwi families choose to shop with us in their search for affordable options.”

Customers will be able to get their hands on the Red Sheds’ great value essentials like $5 eggs, $3 milk, $4.30 butter, and a kilo of coffee beans for $20 from today, as the team continue to stock the store with the full Warehouse range. And chocolate eggs just in time for Easter.

“Over the next few weeks, we’ll be opening more areas of the store. With that in mind we ask for everyone to be patient with us as we reopen as we won’t have everything right away. We’ll be fully stocked from late April.”

After the fire in June 2023, the 34-strong Warehouse Tory St team were ecstatic to be back says Store Manager Jordan Adcock.

“Our team has been working hard to get the store back open and we’ve also taken the opportunity to improve the overall shopping experience. Serving the Wellington community means a lot to us, and we're looking forward to being part of your daily lives again.”

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