So, limited and small though it was, Woolies
was big in my town.
dashed to a 14-5 lead behind two hoops by Nadeau and two by Bruegger.
People used to joke that there seemed to be a Woolies
on every corner at one point.
Looking to the future, O'Brien emphasized that Australian retailing is entering a new era, the era of the customer, who he said is "well and truly in the driver's seat." As a result, management has formulated four strategic priorities based on the new reality: * Extend and defend Woolies
' leadership in food and liquor retailing.
5 CO-OP: Five boarded-up Woolies
in Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey have become Co-op grocery stores.
As well as stocking most of the old Woolies
goods, Shop Direct are also adding products too big to sell in-store, such as garden furniture and swimming pools.
Matthew Hardcastle, who heads the online store, said stock was chosen based largely on feedback from many of the one million customers and Woolies
fans that have already contacted the group.
Matthew Hardcastle, who heads the online store, said stock was chosen based largely on feedback from many of the 1m customers and Woolies
fans who have already contacted the group..
So hats off to the former employee in Dorset who bought her old Woolies
and turned it into a Wellies.
This meant that instead of Adam Faith singing Someone Else's Baby you would find Johnny Worth singing the same hit on the Woolies
single, never heard of him?
Loyalty does not abound So goodbye Woolies
, you did your best
was there through the First World War, through the depression and served us through the Second World War, into the 50s, with our pink socks and Brilliantine.
Strange - in my house, the wonder of Woolies
was clear - toys.
Shares dived after Woolies
said like-for-like sales fell 6.7% in the six weeks to July 26.
said demand for products such as toys, computer games and MP3 players helped boost sales in December, dispelling fears that shoppers may have shunned its stores at Christmas.