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Glasgow Fort Colleague Cathy had a very special birthday this week. Checkout colleague Cathy who has been with the store since it opened in 2006 turned 65. As well as celebrating with family Cathy got a surprise when fellow checkout colleagues Susan and Shona presented her with a card and gifts from some of the colleagues in store.
Mary from Easterhouse Salvation Army Mother & Toddler Group came along to the Asda Living Glasgow store with a few young friends to pick up their winner's cheque from the latest Chosen by you... Given by us vote.
Easterhouse Salvation Army Mother & Toddler group were the winners of Asda Living Glasgow's latest Chosen by you... Given by us vote. They were delighted to hear that they would be receiving a cheque for £200 to purchase some new much needed equipment for the group.
It's always nice when a customer comments on the great service they receive in our store but when they take the time to write to Asda House it makes it even more special. George Colleague Jodie got one of those letters written about her and we couldn't be more proud. Jodie is always Happy to Help customers and colleagues so to have this recognised in that way is extra special. Well Done Jodie!
Greater Easterhouse Supporting Hands. (GESH) were one of the lucky runners up of out Chosen by you... Given by us... vote last time round and I popped along to the centre to give them their cheque for £50.
I went back to school yesterday a few days after the pupils did at Avenue End Primary School. The schools Parent Council were the lucky winners of Glasgow Fort Livings Chosen by you... Given by us... vote and I was delighted to hand over their cheque for £200.
Colleagues and customers at Asda Living Glasgow are very excited about the new George Home Range. Here our GM colleague Qas is letting our customers know about the great new range. Qas was also shouting about the great deals we have on TVs.
Asda Living Glasgow Fort colleagues were celebrating George Clothing's 25th birthday today. George Section Leader Tracey said colleagues can't believe it's been 25 years.