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RiteWay re-opening ‘Harbour Market’ store in Dec 2020

- Store in Soper's Hole has seen extensive repairs
Local retailer, RiteWay Food Markets will be re-opening its iconic ‘Harbour Market’ store in December 2020, following some extensive renovation works. Photo: Provided
Recently appointed Managing Director of Roadtown Wholesale Trading, Mr Neil Hayes said, 'I am very proud to be leading such an iconic business in the BVI and look forward to serving the community'. Photo: Linkedin
Recently appointed Managing Director of Roadtown Wholesale Trading, Mr Neil Hayes said, 'I am very proud to be leading such an iconic business in the BVI and look forward to serving the community'. Photo: Linkedin
WEST END, Tortola, VI – Local retailer RiteWay Food Markets will be re-opening its iconic ‘Harbour Market’ store in Soper's Hole, Tortola, in December 2020, following some extensive renovation works.

“The store has undergone a complete transformation having been severely damaged during Hurricane Irma.  The iconic building… is currently being stocked and prepared to serve customers from the start of December,” a release from the company said.  

According to RiteWay, the store re-opening comes as welcomed news especially to residents in the West End who will be able to shop at the store which carries the same competitive prices as the rest of the RiteWay stores.

Two floors of shopping 

“The store will have a large range of products across two floors.  Downstairs there will be an impressive range of fresh produce, fresh meat, chilled and frozen foods.  Upstairs will feature a wine room and all the household staples that RiteWay is famous for.”

Recently appointed Managing Director of Roadtown Wholesale Trading, Mr Neil Hayes said, “I am very proud to be leading such an iconic business in the BVI and look forward to serving the community”. 

He said the team remains excited to see the Harbour Market store re-open and look forward to positive customer feedback.

7 Responses to “RiteWay re-opening ‘Harbour Market’ store in Dec 2020”

  • ta ta (20/11/2020, 21:32) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    It’s about time
  • Awesome (21/11/2020, 07:20) Like (15) Dislike (0) Reply
    So glad to welcome Riteway back to our neighborhood. We can enjoy the comfort of shopping and taking advantage of the sales in right in the district. Big Ben's has served well, but took advantage of us with the high prices. Kelly's need to do much better. Thank you RTW for bringing relief to us.
  • Well (21/11/2020, 12:42) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    I hope we getting back those nice words that was working there
  • West side (21/11/2020, 12:55) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    them west people looted it after the hurricanes so I guess they finally got the insurance money lol
    • Goya (22/11/2020, 06:58) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      That’s the reason it’s taken so long. Rite way were possibly really pissed that it was looted even before Irma hit. I don’t blame them.
  • Yes (21/11/2020, 13:01) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    @ well the best coustom service was at West
  • ting to talk (21/11/2020, 21:03) Like (1) Dislike (3) Reply
    They fraid of One Mart competition 'coming to a place near you'. They open before before One Mart get it foot off the ground.


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