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Rona renovations complete

Rona store manager Richard Barker, left, and regional operations manager Paul Hobbs chat Wednesday during the grand re-opening of Rona’s south Red Deer store. The home improvement centre at 2610 Gaetz Ave. has undergone extensive renovations, and now has a modified layout, a more prominent service counter and new products. Meanwhile, the former Totem Building Supplies store at 7730 Gaetz Ave. has been rebranded as a Rona outlet. Rona bought Totem in 2004, but the two chains had been operating independent of each other.

Rona store manager Richard Barker, left, and regional operations manager Paul Hobbs chat Wednesday during the grand re-opening of Rona’s south Red Deer store. The home improvement centre at 2610 Gaetz Ave. has undergone extensive renovations, and now has a modified layout, a more prominent service counter and new products. Meanwhile, the former Totem Building Supplies store at 7730 Gaetz Ave. has been rebranded as a Rona outlet. Rona bought Totem in 2004, but the two chains had been operating independent of each other.

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