Metz. Intermarché de Vallières: The shop closes mainly because of its inconspicuous location

A small car pulls up in front of the closed doors in the deserted parking lot of the Intermarché de Vallière department store. “Oh, closed? For real ? Forever ? “. The young woman, who doesn’t seem to believe it, came with her mother to take advantage of the liquidation of the shares at the Intermarché de Vallières. “I was told that they are selling everything on offer,” she explains before leaving. “We” are the neighbors The store hasn’t officially gotten in touch, but rumors of an impending closure have been circulating in the neighborhood for a few weeks.

This content is blocked because you have not accepted cookies and other tracers.

click ” I suppose “Cookies and other tracers deposited and you can view the content (More information).

click “I accept all cookies”authorize the setting of cookies and other tracers to store your data on our websites and applications for the purposes of personalization and ad targeting.

You have the option to withdraw your consent at any time by consulting our privacy policy.
Manage my choices



A long story

A supermarket that closes is pretty rare. This one had a history in this neighborhood at the end of town, between Bellecroix, Vallières, Borny. The first version of the Mousquetaires store was inaugurated in 1979 on the other side of rue Metman. In 2004, the brand moved to the country below. The street rehabilitation work took so long that some shops closed the curtain. Other supermarkets have mushroomed in the industry, including discount brands that are responding to consumer demand and working on their appeal.

“We never gave up, but at some point you have to accept that you can’t go any further,” we explain to the management.

Twenty employees on the floor

Twenty people, many of them women, worked in this shop in Vallières. The management speaks of “a well-established team that was excellent to the end”. The team wrote in a message: “We would like to pay tribute to our customers for this shared adventure and for the kind messages that have touched us over the last few weeks. We regret leaving them and thank them for their loyalty.”

The follow-up and consequences of this closure will be addressed in the Business Law Protocol. The land and the building belong to the Musketeer Group. What becomes of them remains to be seen.

Kaddouri Ismail

I am Ismail from Morocco, I work as a blogger and online marketer. I am also the founder of the “Mofid” site, in which I constantly publish many important articles in the field of technology, taking advantage of more than 5 years of experience working in the field. I focus on publishing in a group of areas, the most important of which are programming, e-marketing, digital currencies and freelance work.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Back to top button