Lucky day as Worten opens fourth store
Shopping in the new La Orotava branch of Worten proved an extra special experience for the first 100 lucky customers.
When the home appliance, consumer electronics and entertainment chain opened its fourth store in the Canary Islands on September 17th, a special campaign cheered up many a day.
The first 100 people through the doors were each able to exchange a five euro note for a 50 euro one to spend in the shop which is the third in Tenerife. The others are in Las Chafiras and Los Olivos in Adeje, with the fourth at C.C. Atlántico Vecindario in Gran Canaria.
The new La Orotava branch has a sales area of 1,000 square metres and has got off to a rousing start with lots of interest and a huge number of visitors. It offers a wide variety of products, with areas dedicated to image and sound, appliances, computers, photography, telephony and video games. There is also a home delivery service, after-sales service and repair centre.
Those who weren’t lucky enough to get the 50 euro bonus will still find plenty of bargains and money-saving offers as Worten prides itself on offering the lowest market prices, coupled with excellent customer service in a friendly atmosphere.
The new store at M.C. El Trompo in La Orotava directly employs 23 people but will be a major contributor to the local economy and for spin-off businesses, such as logistics, cleaning, security etc. In total, Worten has a workforce of more than 1,600 and 43 branches across Spain.
The chain (www.worten.es) has signalled its strong commitment to the Canary market and has become the leading brand of its kind in the Iberian market.