In 1919, Tesco's founder Jack Cohen, fresh from serving in the Royal Flying Corps in World War I, took his £30 demob money and bought armed forces surplus stock to sell on his stall in Hackney. From that day, Jack championed value for customers and changed the face of British shopping. Jack was a grafter. Part wholesaler, part market trader, he had an eye for a deal and intuition for what his customers needed. Jack built a business famed for making food available to everyone, at a time when many families simply couldn't afford food sold in shops.
In homage to Tesco's 100th anniversary, the prize in March's lucky draw was £100 Tesco vouchers.
Our winner this month was Zoe Jones, Marketing Studio Manager, Group. Congratulations Zoe!
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