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Five Tuskys branches to open early for sale

The five branches are Tuskys T-mall and Tuskys Greenspan in Nairobi, Tuskys United in Kisumu, Tuskys Juja and Tuskys Eldo Centre in Eldoret/COURTESY.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug – Five Tusker Mattresses retail outlets in Nairobi, Kisumu, Eldoret and Juja will open at 6:30 am till late from Thursday to allow bargain hunters a convenient shopping experience in the Sh400million Tuskys Sale Grand Finale.

The retail stores, which normally open their doors at 8:30am, will act as the final leg for the ongoing sale with customers getting discounts of up to 50pc on a range of retails products.

The five branches are Tuskys T-mall and Tuskys Greenspan in Nairobi, Tuskys United in Kisumu, Tuskys Juja and Tuskys Eldo Centre in Eldoret.

In Nairobi, Tuskys T-Mall has also secured extra parking space at Moi Educational Centre and PCEA Nairobi West to guarantee shoppers convenience.

Tusker Mattresses Group CEO, Dan Githua, has said the retailer has received a major boost from leading local and international suppliers who are providing quality electronics, furniture and related household goods for sale.

The firm will be presenting 400 sofa sets, 800 dining table sets, 1000 entry level and 600 premium Television sets, 100 washing machines, 1500 microwaves, 500 Refrigerators and 400 cookers at up to 50 percent discounts.

In the last 4 weeks Tuskys has successfully carried in-store activations across the country, from Kisumu, Kakamega, Eldoret, Mombasa, Ngong, T-mall, and Greenspan where customers were engaged on product information and Demos.

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