The Entertainer opens its 100th store

Published on: 18th March 2015

The Entertainer opened its 100th store earlier this month, in Aylesbury, and is due to re-open a store in Uxbridge.

Entertainer-wordpressThe Aylesbury store in Friars Square shopping centre was officially opened by the Deputy Mayor of Aylesbury councillor Allison Harrison, as well as Deputy Chairman of Bucks Country Council Bill Chapple alongside Gary Grant, founder of The Entertainer.

Local children had photos taken with pre-school characters including SpongeBob SquarePants, Craggers, Lego Ninjago, My Playdoh and Mr Banker from the Monopoly game. The Mix Monster from local radio station Mix 96 also attended.

The Entertainer will re-open its newly re-fitted Uxbridge store on Saturday 4th April. The shop, located in the Pavilions Shopping Centre, will provide further choice for families.

Children attending the opening will have the chance to meet The Red Power Ranger and shoppers will be able to enjoy special offers when they make purchases of Power Rangers and Lego.


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