Toy Barnhaus’ Worthing branch moves to larger premises

Published on: 29th August 2017

Store relocated to the Guildbourne Centre, and taken a unit double the size of its previous one.

Freya the Rabbit and Toby the Toymaster Puppy were both on hand to greet customers at the grand opening on Saturday 26th August, along with giveaways with every purchase. More Radio, the local radio station, was also involved in promoting the shop opening with a DJ, and the awarding of Golden Ticket vouchers to spend in store.

Stephen Barnes, Toy Barnhaus director, commented: “It has been a very busy four week shopfit, but we are delighted to have opened our larger store in Worthing. Our shop-fitters and staff have worked very hard to get the shop open on time, and we hit our deadline. The feedback from customers in store has been fantastic, and the opening day sales have been well ahead of expectations. We look forward to more customers finding the new store in the coming weeks.”


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