Family business opens new store
by John Dickens • Published 1 Nov 2012 06:30 0 Comments
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THE Mayor of Slough, the town's MP and a wealth of councillors helped officially open a family-run business in Chalvey.
Travel agent and freight forwarding company GSS Travel has opened its doors in Chalvey Road West.
The business run by the Sandhu family - owners of Ambala Sweet Centre - opened on Sunday, October 21.
Owner Atiq Sandhu said: "It's something different to what is currently in Chalvey."
Fiona Mactaggart, Slough MP, cut the ribbon. Mr Sandhu added: "Fiona opened our first business back in 2000, so it was nice she could open our new one in 2012."
The company also offers money exchange and visa services.
Chalvey councillor Mohammed Sharif added: "It's a business that is offering a competitive service and will flourish in Chalvey."