16 jobs as two new stores open at Rushmere

Rushmere manager Martin Walsh, centre with At The Studio manager Adam Brown and Clockwork manager Julie Dempster. INPT24-024
Rushmere manager Martin Walsh, centre with At The Studio manager Adam Brown and Clockwork manager Julie Dempster. INPT24-024
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Sixteen new jobs have been created at Rushmere Shopping Centre with the opening of two new clothing stores.

At The Studio caters for men and women with brands such as Jack & Jones, Vero Moda, ONLY, Pieces and Vila clothing.

Meanwhile, Clockwork have a number of designer brands including French Connection, Lavish Alice, G-Star and Superdry.

The centre has also a launched a free ‘Click and Collect’ service, providing customers with the extra option of buying products online and collecting them at a time which is convenient.

Rushmere Centre manager Martin Walsh said, “These new stores have given Rushmere a real edge in the provision of affordable fashion and quality clothing for the whole family and complement the centre’s strong retail mix, which has been developed to appeal to individuals, families and budgets of every size.

“Our investment strategy and commitment to making Rushmere Shopping Centre Northern Ireland’s number one retail destination has worked exceptionally well for consumers and retailers and I’m pleased to be in a position to announce not only additional choice but welcome new jobs for the area too.”

Martin also said the new ‘Click and Collect’ service was an exciting new addition to the centre.

“By monitoring the success of similar schemes in centres across the UK and the US, our new ‘Click and Collect’ service instantly solves the age-old problems associated with postal delivery,” he said.

“Customers want the choice the internet has to offer but don’t always like the delivery options available.”

The centre also confirmed that its TK Maxx outlet is currently undergoing a major refurbishment as part of the company’s UK and Ireland-wide modernisation programme.