MEN’s formalwear chain Suit Direct has opened its first store at the island of Ireland in Banbridge, growing five jobs.
Suit Direct, which operates 27 shops throughout the United Kingdom, installation at The Boulevard earlier this month and joins over 50 brands currently on web site, inclusive of
Jack Wills, Kurt Geiger, Guess, Skechers and Adidas.
Suit Direct is the second new save to open on the Banbridge shopping centre this yr after London-based handbag and accessories brand, Radley.
The store, famed for its Scottie canine brand, opened at The Boulevard earlier this month, developing eight jobs.
Chris Nelmes, centre manager at The Boulevard welcomed the ultra-modern retailer to Banbridge.
“The Boulevard is continuing to grow from energy-to-strength, and we’re overjoyed that popular retailer Suit Direct has selected our centre as its commencing location in the island of Ireland,” he stated.
“The new store might be a outstanding addition for consumers, specifically in the run as much as the busy summer wedding and formal season. Our intention is to hold to offer a pinnacle-elegance purchasing enjoy and we can keep growing and make investments in the centre through to the brand new yr.”
Derek Hughes, commercial enterprise unit director of Suit Direct owners, Baird Group introduced:
“We are extremely joyful to be developing our save portfolio with the opening of Suit Direct on the Boulevard in Banbridge.
“It’s awesome to be taking the Suit Direct logo into Northern Ireland and we stay up for imparting our clients with superb product and service.”
Suit Direct specialises in guys’s fits, jackets, shirts, coats and add-ons with at the least 30 according to cent off and shares main manufacturers consisting of Limehaus, Scott & Taylor, Ben Sherman, Jeff Banks and Racing Green.
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