Their 'sister' bracelets would remind them of the lovely time they had in Bristol.”
Bristol, Avon (PRWEB UK) 1 August 2013
Staff and fellow shoppers at the Pandora Jewellry store at Cabot Circus in Bristol got a big surprise earlier this week when two TV stars dropped in!
Lydia and Georgia Bright, stars of ITV’s hit reality show The Only Way Is Essex, visited the store while spending some time in the city. They browsed the enormous range of bracelets, earrings and necklaces before settling on two custom-made Pandora bracelets.
Store manager Michelle Hall said: “It was a real pleasure to meet Lydia and Georgia and show them round our products and the store. Our assistant manager Aimee Teale is a big fan of TOWIE and advised them on the best look and fit. She enjoyed spending time with the girls and helping them create their own, beautiful ‘sister’ bracelets. They told Aimee that they would remind them of the lovely time they had in Bristol.”
Notes to Editors
Bill Ferris opened the first SWAG shop in Kingston in 1974. And his family still operate this family-owned and ran business 39 years later. Growing to six stores in Kingston, Bromley, Bluewater, Watford, Staines and Croydon, Edward Ferris is the CEO charged with continuing this uniquely British success story. The family also own 17 Pandora shops across the country and employ over 350 expert staff.