The Halesowen store will be located in the Cornbow Centre and will stock their usual range of cut-price cosmetics, homewares, cleaning products and food.
The community are really excited to be welcoming the new Halesowen store for B&M. Shoppers love the wide range of products that these stores are known for as well as their bargain prices. The influx of jobs that the store will create is also a real boost for the town in general as well as for the Cornbow Centre. It seems that the creation of this new store is going to be an extremely positive thing for the local area. A spokesman from B&M has also declared that they too, feel very positive about the opening of the new store. They also confirmed that they are delighted to be creating jobs in the area and that they hope shoppers would love the store as much as they do in other areas.
B&M first opened its doors in 1978 in Blackpool. Founded by Malcolm Billington the business went from strength to strength after it was acquired by Simon and Bobby Arora in 2004. Now with over 500 stores and a recent acquisition of Heron Foods, it seems that there is no stopping the discount chain. They seem to be opening stores all of the time, the new Halesowen store in the Cornbow Centre is certainly no exception.
Most people have probably visited a B&M store at some point but those who do not know what they are about will be pleased to hear that this is a general retailer with a desire to offer low prices to their customer base. They stock an array of branded products, from cleaning products to food, DIY products to homewares, all at better prices than you can find in most other locations. They really must be doing something right because they enjoy an average of 4 million transactions every week whilst spending almost nothing on advertising. It seems that customers instinctively know that this is the place to go for a bargain. The shoppers of Halesowen are certainly in for a treat once the new store is ready to open its doors to the public.
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