702 Small Business Awards

Great food, great coffee! Indy grocer gets the thumbs up from 702 listener

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

702 listener Yvonne nominated independent grocery store Greenhill Grocer in Emmarentia for this year’s Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

Yvonne says they are always friendly and accommodating, and always provide great service, even during loadshedding.

Yvonne says she literally has never had a bad experience there.

Xolani Gwala interviewed Greenhill Grocer owner Abdul Kader Patel.

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Great place to find your greens. And I love the coffee over there! Without forgetting that their rolls and pastries are the best in the area! I love GreenHill Grocer! Go Greenhill!

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Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

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