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Rathna Stores opens branch in Tiruchi

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TIRUCHI: Rathna Stores, a Chennai-based retail chain store, opened its showroom in the city on Thursday.

The 50-year-old firm has a wide range of utensils, household articles, electric and electronic appliances and cosmetics to choose from.

This is their first branch outside Chennai, where they have branches at Pondy Bazaar and Purasawalkam, apart from its first and main showroom on Usman Road.

Home appliances

The three-storeyed building on N.S.B Road here offers a variety of brands in home appliances, travel requirements and school accessories. Exclusive section for utensils, gift articles and furniture are part of the showroom. Saving schemes are also available.

Discount

The stores has announced a huge discount and gifts as inaugural offer.

The group of directors P.S. Sivaperumal, S. Periyapiratti and S. Ravishankar and brothers inaugurated the showroom.

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