Orland Mayor Pekau honors Old Navy manager at grand opening
The Old Navy Orland Park Place store re-opened on Friday May 25, 2018 with great fanfare following a near month-long closure due to a devastating fire. Orland Park Mayor was there to cut the ribbonThe Old Navy Orland Park store re-opened on Friday May 25, 2018 with great fanfare following a near month-long closure due to a devastating fire.
In late April, the Old Navy store located at Orland Park Place experienced a devastating fire.
When the fire broke out, the store’s General Manger, Sara Carroll, was a true hero and quickly managed to make sure all Old Navy employees over 50 customers were safe.
In recognition of her efforts, she was recently given the “Life Saver” award by Mayor Pekau. And on Friday, Mayor Pekau helped the Old Navy team welcome customers back to the store with a special ribbon cutting ceremony.
Since the re-opening this morning, the store has had a steady flow of customers who are happy to see their favorite associates and do some shopping before the Memorial Day holiday, officials said.
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