Our motto is internet prices in store which means whatever prices customers can find online, they can also find in our showrooms.
(PRWeb UK) October 14, 2010
Better Bathrooms, the bathroom retailer, has announced today the opening of a brand new store based in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Although largely an online company, Better Bathrooms does already have 2 existing showrooms based in the North West of England, with one in Wigan and one in Warrington.
The new Manchester store, located opposite the Lowry Hotel is made up of 3, double floor railway arches, which is a setting that Better Bathrooms certainly has a feel for, with its original Wigan store, also set in a railway arch. The opening of the new showroom is yet another sign of the company’s progression and success over the past few years, and comes only a year and a half after the opening of its second store in Warrington.
Opening a new store just as the country recovers from a recession is a bold move, but is something Better Bathrooms has obviously considered and calculated. Not only is the new showroom great news for Better Bathrooms and its customers, but also the local economy, with the company looking to employ up to 15 new staff to cope with the demand the new store will generate.
The company’s managing director Colin Stevens said “We know that many high street stores are struggling in the current climate, but we know that with the success of our 2 other North West stores, we can offer our customers exactly what they are after – great quality products at discounted prices. Our motto for our showrooms is ‘internet prices in store’, which means that whatever prices customers can find online, they can also find in our showrooms. Our Manchester store is our biggest showroom yet, and features an arch completely dedicated to tiles, which is important area for our customers, as buying tiles is all about the look and feel of the product. The store also features our full range of bathroom suites, baths, taps and bathroom furniture. We have great facilities too at the Manchester store, with local delivery and free customer parking.
The new showroom on Chapel Street is open now, 7 days a week, from 10am – 6:00pm, Monday to Friday, Saturday from 9am – 5pm and Sunday from 10am – 4pm.
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