A York headquarted footwear retailer has reopened its concession at a Bradford Garden Centre following expansion.
The Pavers concession at Tong Garden Centre reopened on Saturday and now occupies a space that is three times the size of the former shop that opened in 2015.
“We’re thrilled to have pretty much quadrupled our range of shoes as we know choice was always limited for our customers. We’re delighted to be introducing our trainers’ range too with styles from leading brand Skechers as well as our own extensive collection, Pavers Active,” said Pavers’ manager, Jo Manghan.
“In our new Tong Garden Centre shop, you will find all-new, just landed styles that combine innovative comfort technologies and endless style inspiration, made for every season and every occasion.”
Tong’s commercial director Sharon McNair said: “Pavers is a great fit with Tong as both businesses share a Yorkshire homegrown heritage and have family values at the core of everything that we do. We wish them every success with their commanding new shop.”
The expansion of Pavers’ concession affords it the opportunity to extend its range with a wider choice of bags and accessories and to accommodate the new autumn and winter collection that is due in store next month.
Pavers’ reopening is being supported by a free ‘Win your Perfect Style’ prize draw to win a pair of shoes up to the value of £30. The draw closes on September 28, and the prize must be redeemed at Tong Garden Centre.
Pavers is one of the UK’s leading multi-channel shoe retailers with a strong focus on comfort, quality and affordability. The footwear retailer was founded by Catherine Paver in 1971, and remains family owned today.
Tong Garden Centre occupies a 17 acre site in Tong village. It is one of Yorkshire’s biggest garden centres with 110,000 square feet of retail space and parking for up to 1,000 cars.