Fans of the food brand will be charmed by the opening of the outlet. For lovers of fine food served in freshness and variety, it’s a dream come true. Those who love the M&S food brand in the Midlands are happy that the West Midlands is getting yet another outlet of the much-loved food brand.
Ever since the new Sheldon Retail Park opened its doors, it has presented a new generation in shopping trends to the people of the West Midlands. Ultra-modern, with a variety of retail outlets, it’s a joy to visit. The presence of a brand new M&S food store will give the people of the West Midlands yet another reason to visit this innovative retail centre. The M&S food brand has been winning new admirers with its opening of more retail outlets around the country. The shopping public of Sheldon is delighted to welcome this outlet of one of the country’s fastest-growing and most loved food retail brands.
This food brand has always been extremely popular. In its current avatar, it is going through an era of expansion and has been winning more and more admirers lately. Its beautifully packed offerings, which epitomise both good taste and high quality are in increasing demand. The M&S brand has always been known for good quality and good value. This winning formula has been a huge hit with shoppers, who happily welcome every new store which opens. Another outlet in the West Midlands is more than welcome, as discerning shoppers give an enthusiastic welcome to the outlet.
In the past, the opening of the new M&S food store in Sheldon Retail Park had to be postponed. This was owing to unavoidable circumstances. However, the opening of the brand new M&S food store in Sheldon Retail park is planned for Wednesday, the 25th September at 10 am. All are welcome and there should be some nice freebies for the first few shoppers.
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