The Rio de Janeiro city of Resende and the Montes Claros city, in the North of Minas Gerais state, will be Havan’s new destinations. This month, the retail chain opens two new megastores, with a total investment of almost R$ 70 million. About 400 directly jobs will be created, which attracted more than 40 thousand candidates.
The megastore in Resende opens its doors to the public on Thursday, May 20th. It will be Havan’s 158TH venture and the branch is located on the margins of Presidente Dutra highway (Dorival Marcondes Godoi street – nº 165), operating from 9 am to 10 pm, from Sunday to Sunday. The new branch will bring together the entire range of products and the excellence of the retailer services, also offering free parking lot, a food court, leisure space for children and climatized environment.
On the next week, also on Thursday, May 27th, Havan opens its megastore number 159, in Montes Claros, In the state of Minas Gerais. Located at Dulce Sarmento Avenue, nº 1966, Vera Cruz district, the store has almost 20 thousand square meters of constructed area. The store also opens daily, from 9 am to 10pm, has a free parking lot and others Havan differentials.
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In addition to the openings scheduled for May, Havan continues with the megastores expansion plan. Until August, at least five other new megastores should open their doors. Thereby, the chain reaches 165 branches present in 19 Brazilian states.
This year, Havan celebrates its 35th anniversary. Founded in Brusque (SC), it all started in a small store measuring 45m², with just one employee and selling a single product. Today there are more than 350 thousand items and more than 20 thousand employees. “Brazil is a fertile ground for opportunities. Very soon we want to have a Havan in all Brazilian states. We continue to open stores, as we believe in the transforming power of work. In each store, there are 200 new jobs and, in addition, there are many professionals involved from the beginning to the end of each project. Employment is the best social program there is and, depending on Havan, we will generate more and more opportunities for Brazilians”, concludes Havan’s owner Luciano Hang.