Market leading convenience services provider and South Africa’s “Coolest” Petrol Station*, Engen is set to again delight customers with an exciting new offering called Café 365; a place you can drop in, stop in, shop in, any time, any day!
Café 365 will be housed in Engen’s new-look Quickshop & Co premium stores.
The first two are set to officially open in the Western Cape this November at Engen Protea Heights Convenience Centre in Brackenfell and Engen Tierberg Convenience Centre in Parow.
“Café 365 has been thoughtfully designed with South African lifestyle needs in mind, meaning whoever you are, or wherever you’re headed, you will feel at home and very welcome at Café 365 every day of the year,” comments Enoch Hermanus, Engen’s General Manager: Retail.
Engen is targeting an extensive national rollout of Café 365 across its market-leading 1 000+ South African retail service station network by the end of 2023.
“This will bring the Café 365 experience to patrons across South Africa ensuring ready access to its friendly and convenient food experience, which features a range of everyday treats, tasty baked goods, and healthy snacks, accompanied by Engen’s unique blend of coffee that originates from Guatemala, Brazil, and Tanzania,” says Hermanus
With a business strategy that places the customer front and centre, Engen is firmly focused on continually evolving its food convenience offerings and forecourts to meet customers’ changing needs.
“Always here and always welcome, Café 365 and Quickshop & Co provide the quality, value, and variety that all Engen customers can trust while on the move,” adds Hermanus.
So, whether you’re in slops, stilettos, or sneakers, Engen customers are encouraged to swing by Café 365 to experience the unique vibe first-hand and to grab an excellent cup of beans-to-cup coffee and a sumptuous snack.
* As voted in the Sunday Times Generation Next for 13 consecutive years from 2010-2022.
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