Nisbets to open 27th store in Shepherd's Bush

03 August 2017 by
Nisbets to open 27th store in Shepherd's Bush

Catering equipment supplier Nisbets is set to add to its growing retail portfolio with the opening of a new store in Shepherd's Bush, London.

The new store, Nisbets' 27th retail outlet, will officially open its doors on 14 August and will sell equipment from chef knives and clothing, to furniture and refrigeration, from brands such as Buffalo, Polar and Thor.

In celebration of the new store, local catering businesses will be given free packs of blue roll in the fortnight prior to the opening, and a launch event will be held on 17 August, with attendees receiving 20% off everything in store, a free goody bag worth £25 with every purchase and complimentary refreshments. Doors will open at 9.00am.

Nisbets launched as a catalogue-only business in 1983, but has since grown to develop an online presence in addition to a portfolio of retail stores across the UK, with three further London stores in Shaftesbury Avenue, Shoreditch and Fulham.

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