New shoe store set to open in Windsor
Published: 14 Nov 2012 06:300 comments
The Hotter Comfort Concept company will open a new store in Peascod Street tomorrow (17/11), creating an additional 10 new jobs in the area.
The store will provide customers with a full shoe fitting service by trained staff and the shoes on sale are made in Lancashire by designers specifically working to make the most comfortable shoes possible.
John Nicholas, retail director, said: "We're delighted to be bringing British designed, comfortable and quality shoes to Windsor while creating 10 new jobs"
"I'm proud to say we have a really enthusiastic and dedicated team here and we're looking forward to welcoming new customers, giving them great service and shoes that will make their feet happy"
The Hotter Comfort Concept company are the biggest shoemaking company in the UK, producing more than one-and-a-half million shoes from it's Lancashire factory and has opened 25 new stores in the past two years as part of it's expansion plan with an additional 15, including the Windsor store, to be opened by the end of 2012.
As a result of its British-based manufacturing, the company has also been nominated to be a part of the 'Made By Britain' campaign to shine a light on the manufacturing industry in the UK.
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