Shoppers could bag £500 to spend on a new bathroom if they visit a retailer’s Barnsley store launch this weekend.
Yorkshire-based bathroom and tile firm Easy Bathrooms opens its doors to the showroom on Saturday and Sunday (19-20 August).
The shop — which is in the former Currys unit at Peel Trade Park — will offer 40 of Easy Bathrooms’ most popular displays. Products will be available from top brands ranging from Calypso and Cubico through to Burlington and Heritage.
It will also showcase some of 2017’s most on-trend tile styles, such as moonlight and geometric-patterns.
Buyers from 19-26 August will be automatically entered into the draw to win a £500 voucher to spend in the store — with one lucky person set to win.
Gina Brookes, manager at the showroom, said: “At Easy Bathrooms, we have built a reputation throughout Yorkshire for our great service levels, providing a wide variety of choice and being competitive on price — our new Barnsley store is no exception to that.”
Clients will also be able to work with staff to design their own bathroom, for free, using the firm’s award-winning ArtiCAD 3D system.
“Our bathroom planners are very knowledgeable about our products and the latest trends,” continued Gina. “So, when a customer walks into one of our stores, they get their own personal designer and can leave with a better understanding of what can be achieved with their bathroom refit.”
The store will be open seven days a week and also welcomes trade buyers, with incentives offered to business account holders.
Barnsley’s new store — which has created four full-time jobs — is due to open at 9am on Saturday, August 19.
"Our bathroom planners are very knowledgeable about our products and the latest trends, so when a customer walks into one of our stores, they get their own personal designer"
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