Fishers IGA Supermarkets Managing Director, Alan Fisher, is proud to announce the opening of their 16th store. The latest acquisition to the Fishers IGA group, previously a Foodworks supermarket, is located in Vincent St, Ararat and will complement Fishers IGA stores located in Stawell, Warracknabeal, Hamilton and Miner’s Rest.

Managing Director, Alan Fisher is looking forward to working with the local community and supporting not for profit groups through the Community Benefits program, that has already seen over $1.5 million allocated to local groups across the regions where Fishers stores are located.

“The Fisher’s team is delighted to be able to bring their own brand of service and community participation to the people of Ararat and the surrounding districts.” Mr Fisher said. “Fishers IGA Supermarkets are focused on providing great service, competitive prices and real value for money for local shoppers. We offer our customers the freshest produce available as well as a great range of grocery items to help the family budget.”

“Our new store in Ararat continues our commitment to regional areas with all our stores located in country Victoria, South Australia and NSW and employ over 1100 staff. We aim to offer a real alternative to the chain stores in these centres and look forward to the support of the local community.”

The Fishers Group also incorporates the Fishers Academy, a Registered Training Organisation, and will soon offer high quality training to staff to ensure the best trained people in store to meet their customers’ needs.

The Ararat Store, located at 58 Vincent St Ararat, will re-open on Wednesday as an IGA and the whole Fishers team looks forward to servicing the grocery needs of the local community and will officially relaunch the new store in coming months with great specials, prizes and celebrations

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