Poundstretcher has opened their newest store in Crawley with an Official Grand Opening on Wednesday 10th January.
The growing family business, which was established over 40 years ago, has come to Crawley with a large and bright store as well as a wide choice of brands within Household Products, Food and Drinks, Homeware, Everyday Essentials, Electrical Goods and Seasonal Ranges. The store will also include a large Pet section which has everything for your dogs, cats, small pets and wild birds.
The new opening is part of a series of new stores openings across the UK which means that The Broadway, Crawley becomes the 27th store to open this year as part of the Poundstretcher group.
New members of staff (both part and full time) from the local area have been recruited to become part of the Poundstretcher team.
Shahid Kissay Regional Director commented: ‘We are pleased to be opening a store in Crawley for everyone to access our wide range of half-price, multi-buy and star deal offers on amazing, branded products. Having 2 stores in the area already, the team is working hard to continue to deliver an outstanding shopping experience, great service, and an enjoyable shopping environment for all our old and new customers. We are expecting a massive turnout for our opening day specials, including an action-packed morning, so come early to not miss out!’
Wendy Bell, Chief Executive Officer of the Crawley Town Centre BID said: “We are delighted that Poundstretcher has chosen to move into the old Wilko’s site in the town centre. We know that the town centre has proven resilient despite the difficult trading situation that is facing all UK retailers. We are very much looking forward to working with Poundstretcher to make their new store as successful as possible. Welcome to Crawley town centre!”
Councillor Michael Jones, Leader of Crawley Borough Council, said: “I extend a warm welcome from Crawley to Poundstretcher. I’m delighted to see this large retail unit being filled so quickly and open again. This major opening demonstrates the demand that there is for retail space in the town centre.”