Fair Price plans 100-store milestone
In an unrivalled initiative, the company stands out of rivals with lay-byes of up to 12 months, with no interest.
To mark its 16th anniversary coinciding with its historic 100th retail outlet, Fair Price will embark on a major promotion aimed at giving loyal customers big prices ranging from a car, furniture and various electrical appliances.
The promotion will start in September, so, customers are advised to remain shopping in this innovative company business throughout the country.
Fair Price, which has won hearts of millions of South Africans including foreign nationals living in the country due to their lowest prices and user friendly stores nationwide yet offering quality products vowed to maintain their standards of business innovation.
In an exclusive interview with CAJ News, Fair Price Head of Marketing and Advertising, Mr Mohamed Moolla, said the furniture and appliances company would continue leading the way in its line of business as they expanded to other provinces, neghbouring countries and the continent as a whole.
Fair Price has become the most popular furniture retailer in Free State, Gauteng, Limpopo, Mpumalanga and North West Provinces, priding itself on manufacturing comprehensive range of products comprising wardrobes, bedroom suites, TV units, wall units and kitchen units, exclusively for their own stores.
Apart from lay-byes, Fair Price offers a wide range of fashionable products, price points, lay-bye system, various delivery options and unsurpassed value for money to its customers.
Fair Price’s business is partially integrated furniture and appliance company which offers locally manufactured and imported furniture as well as appliances, with stores in townships, central business districts, suburban and regional shopping malls and value marts.
Apart from lay-byes, Fair Price offers a wide range of fashionable products, wide range of price points, unique lay-bye system, various delivery options and unsurpassed value for money to its customers.
Meanwhile, in a bid to protect customers from fraud Fair Price has introduced an online customer verification scheme to prevent identity theft.
In addition, the company has integrated its Point-of-Sale across its shops for transaction convenience.
This allows customers to buy goods in any city and get them from another.
– CAJ News
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