Major makeover for furniture store
FURNITURE retailer Glasswells is set to give its Bury St Edmunds store a makeover. In preparation for the store's first major re-fit for five years takes place, it will be clearing more than �2million worth of display and stock products.
FURNITURE retailer Glasswells is set to give its Bury St Edmunds store a makeover.
In preparation for the store's first major re-fit for five years takes place, it will be clearing more than �2million worth of display and stock products.
The store will be closed from Saturday, May 9, and will reopen at 10am on Friday, May 15, while the restaurant remains open except for May 11 and 12.
The refurbishment will include new displays and room sets reflecting the latest colours and styles across all departments.
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Managing director Paul Glasswell said: “This is a really exciting time for the Bury store. It is the biggest furniture clearance in our 63 year history and will allow us to completely re-fresh the entire store, bringing it up to the same pristine standards as our newly opened Ipswich store.
“Our customers will not only benefit from the drastically reduced prices during the clearance event, throughout the summer months they will also be able to see the transformation of the store taking shape.”
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