By James Wells
PERTH: The official opening of the largest store in Retravision’s history has been delayed by a week, according to the store’s managing director, Peter Kambouris.
The 3,230 square metre store in the Perth suburb of Malaga in Western Australia, which has already commenced trading, features a number of unique features within an electrical appliance store including a bridal registry, Ticketek office as well as an interactive area for young consumers.
The store will also offer one of the largest IT retail sections in the state as well as a dedicated Sony World area featuring Sony-branded home entertainment products.
The store will also feature a fully functional kitchen area as well as an instore Fuji digital photo processing lab.
A 210-bay parking lot has also been developed at the rear of the complex.
Kambouris has promised cheap prices on several products to attract consumers to the store.
“The aggressive pricing strategy will commence with a vast number of never-to-be repeated opening specials, with additional rolling containers and pallets arriving during strategic times of the sale to help address the issue of goods being snapped up within the first few hours of trade,” Kambouris said.
“The large warehouse storage space will help ensure availability meets demand at all times.”