New Look TK Maxx store re-launches March 24th at 10am
TK Maxx Bradford, will be opening its doors on Saturday March 24th at 10am to reveal a smart new look to give customers an even better shopping experience.
TK Maxx buyers shop the world all year round and negotiate great deals to bring customers savings of up to 60% on this season’s designer and famous brands at a fraction of the normal retail price. A typical TK Maxx store stocks an average 50,000 items with daily deliveries bringing up to 10,000 new items to store every week so customers will always find a constantly fresh and exciting mix of top brands and great quality every time they visit.
"We are really excited about our new look store. There’s no change to our exciting shopping experience giving customers savings of up to 60% off the RRP on all their favourite high street and designer brands across fashion, accessories and homeware, but now we’ve made it an even more stylish place to discover those bargains,” said store manager Mark McClennon.
“To celebrate the opening, we’re giving away £10 gift cards to the first 200 people through the door so set your alarm clocks get here early and we look forward to welcoming you,” he added.
TK Maxx is a designer brands-for-less retailer implementing a unique ‘off-price’ concept which originated in the US. It sells designer and high street brands of womenswear, menswear, homeware, childrenswear, gifts and accessories at up to 60% less than the recommended retail price (RRP.) TK Maxx launched in the UK in 1994 and now has over 250 stores across the UK. Opportunistic buying and a no frills operation means TK Maxx can pass huge savings onto the customer. A typical store has over 50,000 items in stock and receives 10,000 new pieces, styles and colours a week, which means stock is consistently fresh. You can now also buy on line at www.tkmaxx.com Follow TK Maxx on Twitter @TKMaxx_UK or become a TK Maxx fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/tkmaxx.TK Maxx is part of TJX Europe, the European subsidiary of the US group TJX Companies Inc.