Burgess Hill business to celebrate move with week of freebies

Published:  02 November, 2015

Covers Timber & Builders Merchants in Burgess Hill is offering customers a week of opening offers and freebies to celebrate relocating its depot to new and improved premises in Victoria Gardens on the Victoria Industrial Estate.

From 7.30am on Monday 9 November to Saturday 14 November, visitors to the new depot will be able to pick up free bacon rolls, tape measures and The Sun newspaper, as well as benefit from a week of deals, discounts and offers on purchases throughout the store. During the week, Covers will also be offering one lucky customer the chance to win a goody bag of new tools worth £400 by taking part in their business card competition.

Terry Lace, depot manager at Burgess Hill, said: “We are really excited about our new depot, which features some big improvements including a more accessible car park, the ability to trade from 7.30am and additional space for more stock and many new product lines. We are looking forward to welcoming our customers and introducing them to everything we have to offer and hope that they enjoy their free gifts.”

Covers Burgess Hill is now based at Victoria Gardens, Victoria Industrial Estate. The depot is open to trade and retail customers, from 7.30am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday and 8.00am to 12.00pm on Saturday.

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