Leroy Merlin opens new superstore in Adeje
The new Leroy Merlin opened the doors of its fifth store in the Canary Islands in Adeje yesterday, following an investment of 27 million euros, having a commercial area of more than 11,000 square metres, it is the first major brand to open to open a superstore in the south of Tenerife, as opposed to a smaller version to order and collect.
The store, which has created 170 jobs in the area, and approximately 50 indirect ones, was officially announced open by the CEO of Leroy Merlin in Spain, Alain Ryckeboer; the director of the new store, Víctor Manuel García; the regional director, José Carrillo, and the head of Expansión, Juan Sevillano, and the mayor of Adeje, José Miguel Rodríguez Fraga.
In total the company is investing 148 million euros in the new commercial park in Adeje, of which this is the first store to open, named the Parque Comercial Adeje Shopping. The new Leroy Merlin will be open from 7:00am to 10:00pm, Monday to Saturday, and from 10:00am to 10:00pm on Sundays and certain bank holidays.
Víctor Manuel García, director of Leroy Merlin Adeje, said at the opening ceremony, “I am very proud of the great effort made by our team of collaborators so that everyone can enjoy the experiences, products, and services that the store offers. Without the involvement and great work as a team, it would not have been possible to make this project a reality”.
Alain Ryckeboer added that “Leroy Merlin shows its enthusiasm and determination to continue advancing, growing, and contributing to the local and national economy, and the well-being of our employees and customers. Our aim is to motivate people to create an environment in which they can live better and happier”.