We’re hoping offering Beard Beanies at such a discounted price rate will help generate interest through the warmer months, and see us finding many more satisfied customers.
Preston (PRWEB UK) 30 April 2013
Despite a long-lingering winter, with snow and freezing temperatures continuing to strike across the country throughout March and early April, it appears spring is finally starting to begin. Areas in the south of the United Kingdom have been enjoying temperatures reaching as high as ten degrees, and the nights are finally getting shorter.
Considering the sudden onset of warmer weather, Beard-Beanie.co.uk, the original designers and manufacturers of the fitted beard hat, are proud to announce a major price cut across their entire range.
In the hope of enticing in more customers during the warmer months, consumers browsing the online store on Beard-Beanie.co.uk will find every beard hat product slashed down to £19.99. This is an entire one third off their regular retail price of £29.99.
Consumers have the next few months to enjoy this special discounted price, and are welcome to browse the range of Beard Beanie hats in their online store, with a choice of eco-friendly linen and Thinsulate materials, in a wide variety of colour combinations with optional peaks.
A representative from the company was available to comment on the recent price cut. "We naturally see a thinning out of interest as the weather starts to heat up, we’ve actually been very fortunate so far this year. They’re still a great gift, but we understand people are a little more hesitant than when it’s cold. We’re hoping offering Beard Beanies at such a discounted price rate will help generate interest through the warmer months, and see us finding many more satisfied customers."
Beard-Beanie.co.uk is the creation of Taralee and Mitch Duffin, originally based in Utah, USA. Starting from a small Etsy.com store in 2008, the Beard Beanie was invented in 2009, and has since enjoyed massive popularity as a novelty and winter item across the globe. By moderating their prices to meet seasonal demand, the company hopes to keep on expanding their trade throughout 2013, as they have been for the past four years.