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Blackbridge Furnishings reopens with £1.25million-worth of savings for Highland furniture buyers


By Louise Glen

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Blackbridge Furnishings in Inverness.
Blackbridge Furnishings in Inverness.

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A landmark Inverness store is marking the end of the lockdown restrictions with the biggest sale event it has ever held.

As furniture stores begin reopening their doors this week, Blackbridge Furnishings is holding an absolutely massive three-day sale with extraordinary deals.

The Total Stock Disposal Grand Sale will offer £1,250,000-worth of stock for immediate clearance.

On offer will be the comfiest of sofas, magical bedroom, dining and living room furniture as well as beds, mattresses and homewares.

James Fraser, the owner of Blackbridge Furnishing, said: "We are very excited about reopening and about offering for sale, at never-before-seen prices, some of the very best furniture and homewares are on offer and most importantly what we have for customers will look wonderful in their own home."

After an enforced three-month store closure, the iconic Inverness store has furnishings in stock that are simply waiting to find a new home.

The well-known business, which operates from stores in Fort William and Elgin, as well as the Thornbush Road shop in Inverness, has built up a strong following among customers right across the area since it first opened more than 35 years ago. It always offers buyers a great selection of ranges.

Mr Fraser continued: "We are a locally-owned business bringing the best furniture to people in the Highlands. Because of our buying power and our personal service, we always have superb prices, and our three-day sale makes it even better for customers old and new."

Blackbridge Furnishings has understandably built up a great reputation for both price and quality ensuring it offers the very best value to customers.

The Total Stock Disposal Grand Sale, sees the price on every sale item reduced and there are dramatic savings on every type of furniture.

The sale will include some bargains to brighten your home at Blackbridge Furnishings in Inverness.
The sale will include some bargains to brighten your home at Blackbridge Furnishings in Inverness.

There are fabulous bargains on sofas, dining tables and chairs, beds and wardrobes and much more – in fact, there are unrepeatable deals on furniture for every room.

"We even have solutions for those who want to improve their home-working surroundings," Mr Fraser said.

Visitors to Blackbridge Furniture in Inverness store this weekend are sure to find plenty of amazing bargains, and with good parking it will be easy for customers to shop.

Mr Fraser continued: "We are delighted to be able to reopen on Friday and to say a massive 'thank you' to our loyal customers we are offering superb deals they will simply not find anywhere else in the Highlands.

"I am confident that anyone looking for a superb piece of furniture at a great price- we can make them smile.

"This is our best sale we have ever been able to offer customers, and we can't wait to offer our renowned personal service to everyone who comes to the showroom.

"The deals available are the best we have ever offered and we are confident that furniture buyers will be excited with what they find in the store.

"The staff and I are really delighted to be reopening the Inverness store with such a major event.

"Our regular customers and those new to the store can grab a genuine furniture bargain."

Mr Fraser said: "The spacious store is a great and easy place to shop for everyone. Staff can reassure customers that we are taking special care to help customers to shop in confidence, comfort and safety during the event, all appropriate measures are in place.

The Blackbridge Stock Disposal Sale opens to the public at 10am this Friday April 9 and is open all weekend including Sunday.

For more visit https://www.grandsalesevent.co.uk


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