More jobs, more on offer at re-branded Coles Eden

More jobs, more on offer at re-branded Coles Eden Thumbs up for prices down: The COLES Eden morning crew prepare to serve customers at the newly re-branded COLES Eden store on Wednesday morning.
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COLES Eden store manager Tom Marshman watches on, as Eden Tigers Rugby League under7 representatives,can’t believe their luck at being handed scissors and given the big task of cutting the ribbon to officially open the newly re-branded store.

Staff and parents clapped as Eden Tigers Rugby League under7 team members completed their official duties after cutting the ribbon at the newly re-branded COLES Eden store on Wednesday morning.

Eden Whalers president Harry Weatherman was on hand to applaud the ribbon cutting at Wednesday morning’s offical re-branding of COLES Eden. Mr Weatherman said the COLES store sponsors the Whalers, support that is greatly appreciated by the AFL club.

COLES Eden store manager Tom Marshman watches on, as Eden Tigers Rugby League under7 representatives,can’t believe their luck at being handed scissors and given the big task of cutting the ribbon to officially open the newly re-branded store.

Eden Tigers under7 players ready to cut the ribbon on the COLES Eden rebranding on Wednesday morning are Ryan, Braiden, Joseph and Trent.

COLES Eden store manager Tom Marshman says the new iced fruit and vegetable displays at COLES Eden offer customers an exciting, expanded range of healthy, fresh fruit and veg.

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