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Roady (Mousquetaires)

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Roady (Mousquetaires)

Roady
Type Public
Industry Retail
Founded 1986
Products Auto Shop
Parent Les Mousquetaires Group
Website Roady's Website (French only)

Roady is a 'Les Mousquetaires' shop brand, specialising in car supplies. They were opened in Portugal under the name Stationmarché in 28 places.

General info

These are garages and car supplies stores, normally form part of a shopping centre (such as Les Marchés des Mousquetaires). There are more than 100 branches in France, offering around 3,500 products. They are broken down into two areas of 350m² each, half is a workshop, half is the sales area.[1][2]

In 2009, The Stationmarché brand in France was incorporated into Roady. In Portugal, Stationmarché was renamed Roady in 2009, too.

References

  1. ^ Roady sub-page on the Les Mousquetaires site
  2. ^ Facts, on official site (French)

External links

  • Les Mousquetaires site
  • Roady Site (French, no English version)
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