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PICK N PAY ON A HIGH AS IT BIDS FAREWELL TO RAYMOND ACKERMAN

As Raymond Ackerman (79) steps down in March after 43 as Chairman of Pick n Pay,  handing the position over to his son Gareth (52), he leaves a legacy that started with their listing in 1968 and continues to forge ahead as one of the country’s top retailers who by March this year will have 795 stores of which 463 are corporate and 332 are franchises.  The conversion of Score stores to Pick n Pay franchises has been incredibly successful with sales growing at an average of 34% a year.  Over the past two years 52 Score outlets have been converted and 10 sold to a master franchise holder in Botswana.  Another 19 Score stores have been converted into Boxer stores.

 
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