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Rubie’s UK to launch new website in July

Published on: 29th June 2020

To celebrate the new and improved trade website, a Red Line Sale will include deals across a huge range of products.

Changes are taking place at dress up manufacturer, Rubie’s Masquerade, commencing with the launch of an innovative new trade website coming in July.

The new website features a modern design, online ordering capabilities, improved functionality and easy access to essential information; all geared towards helping customers effectively manage their retail accounts whilst providing excellent service levels.

As part of the Rubie’s group campaign to help the high street, a Red Line Sale will be launched to celebrate the big event. Great offers, deals and a huge range of products will be available. To take advantage of the not-to-be-missed offers, retailers should visit the website on 19th July.

“I’m looking forward to helping our independent customers emerge from the past few months by working together, to grow sales by opening up the market through our vast product portfolio ” commented Mike O’Connell, Rubie’s COO. “Retail is very close to my heart and I’m delighted to be able to announce the release of the website and Red Line Sale, after months of development in enhanced technology to increase our digital footprint.”

He added, “As we look to the future, the team and I wish all our customers a prosperous trading period and a big party to celebrate Halloween”.

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