Ableworld has relocated its Congleton store 200 yards from its previous premises, doubling the size of the shop in the process, with the retailer now planning to introduce more ranges to its shelves.
According to the national mobility retailer which boasts 34 stores across the UK, the new Cheshire store has undergone a new facelift and features a new layout aiming to deliver a much easier shopping experience for customers.
Now occupying what was previously a Bargain Booze and a Post Office, the new store includes ample free parking and is easy to reach says the company, with Store Manager Linda Laycock and Assistant Manager Mark Speake heading up the showroom.
Ableworld stocks a very wide range of products including larger items such as mobility scooters, wheelchairs, adjustable beds and rise and recline chairs; smaller aid for daily living items; and a broad range of bathing, toileting, dressing, and continence care products. The company also installs stairlifts and services scooters.
The launch of the new store comes as Ableworld begins its ‘Biggest Ever Sale’, discounting hundreds of products.
Recently, the mobility retail chain told THIIS that following a period of consolidation within its franchise network, it intends to announce its franchise re-launch plans at the Ableworld Business Conference in March.