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Wren Opens New Showroom In Worcester

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An impressive Wren Kitchens showroom in Worcester, Elgar Retail Park, has officially opened its doors today, Friday, 17th July 2020.

The UK’s number one kitchen retailer has celebrated the opening of its 93rd UK showroom with a visit from Jo Hodges, mayor of Worcester.

Wren, named the best place to work in the UK by Indeed for the last two years running, will create 14 jobs for the local area in retail, design and surveying through the opening of its new showroom. For more information and to apply for any roles, please visit www.wrencareers.com.

The new showroom boasts 56 full size kitchen displays, an appliance studio showcasing major appliance brands, a new flooring area displaying a range of complementary luxury laminate flooring materials and colours and an interior design studio.

Together with an expert designer, customers can visualise their dream kitchen using Wren’s award winning dual screen 3D software and panoramas as well as experiencing their new space in stunning Virtual Reality in a dedicated VR studio.

“We’re excited to be officially opening our doors today in Worcester” said Wren Kitchens’ Worcester Showroom Manager, Mark Fruin.

“We look forward to bringing our years of design experience to the local area and helping customers deign their dream kitchens”

This will be Wren’s 93rd showroom across the UK and it has many more planned to open in 2020, with the hundredth expected to open in September.

Source : Wren Kitchens

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17 July 2020

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