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Artistic intrigue at latest One Stop Franchisee

3 September 2015

A suspected Banksy original wall painting will remain in place at the latest One Stop Franchisee when it undergoes its transformation later this year. The painting, on the side of the local store in High Halden in Kent, has never been authenticated, but is widely accepted to have been created by the world-renowned street artist.

Franchisee Babu Sivarajah, began trading with One Stop last week, following installation of the group’s EPoS systems. The full refit of his store will be undertaken in November when his 2,132 sq ft sales area will be transformed to the One Stop model. However, the ‘Banksy’ on the side wall is protected by the Parish Council, who covered the wall art with Perspex following its mysterious appearance in the summer of 2012, to mark the Queen’s Golden Jubilee.

Babu is looking to capitalise on more opportunities by partnering with One Stop, saying:
“I know that franchise will help me to run my store more efficiently, as well as giving me fantastic support. I’ve already applied for a Post Office Local and can’t wait for the refit, as I think my customers will love their new look store. Having worked with Nisa for just over three years, it’s been great so far working with the One Stop team. Their approach is clearly focused on growing my retail sales through a better range and very competitive prices. The insight they have from over 770 company stores and more than 100 franchisees will also drive my profitability. Excuse the pun, but One Stop really are painting a whole new picture for my business’s future!”

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