Home Bargains will invest £800,000 in this new 22,800 sq ft store in Yorkshire, a sign of their continued growth which has seen them become the largest independent grocer in the country. With over 400 outlets across the UK, Home Bargains will hope their model of high street brands at the lowest possible prices, which has proved such a success so far, will strike a chord with shoppers in Garforth too.
Home Bargains stock a wide range of household branded names. From health and beauty products, home-ware, food, toys, electronics, stationery, pet supplies and more there is a huge choice under one roof. With so much competition in the retail market they concentrate on a top-end customer focussed shopping experience at budget prices. With updated product lines and seasonal Christmas stock, including Christmas trees and decorations, Garforth residents will have access to all the latest offerings this independent retailer has to offer.
Established 40 years ago by Tom Morris, Home Bargains has come a long way from the first store it opened in Liverpool. With over 400 stores and 17,000 staff employed across the country the company is one of the largest privately owned companies in the country. Home Bargains remains a family run business following in the footsteps of three generations of the family before who owned shops. The company retains its strong link to Liverpool, being one of the biggest employers in Merseyside.
The new store opening in Garforth is a further step along the road of continued expansion for Home Bargains. With their simple motto of selling branded goods at the lowest possible prices they believe they can continue this expansion, hoping to double their current presence and have 800 stores across the UK. They seem to be doing something right as they were recently placed 6th on the Which list of top 100 stores. Now the people of Garforth will have their own outlet rather than having to head in to Leeds. With so much competition it will be down to them to decide whether the budget pricing meets their budget.
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