MOSGIEL WELCOMES REPLACEMENT STORE

Countdown Mosgiel much-anticipated replacement store has just been opened, creating 26 new jobs for the local community.
“The opening of the new Countdown is an exciting development for the local community and reflective of the steady growth in Mosgiel and the Taieri Plains in recent times,” said Mayor Dave Cull.

Store manager Pam Cookson said she was very excited to share the new store with customers.

“I am really proud of my team, and the work they have done in the lead up to today’s opening. This replacement store is very exciting for the local community, and now has wider aisles, a more expansive fresh produce department and a full production bakery.”

The opening is part of Countdown’s commitment to investing in communities around New Zealand, which last year had resulted in an over $200 million investment in new stores and upgrades.

L to R- Countdown Mosgiel Store Manager Pam Cookson, Countdown team member Sandra Ross, and Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull