The Trade Center Group has released photos of its new car supermarket at Rotherham’s Parquet before opening to the public this week. The former homebody store has 1,200 cars.
Mark Bailey, founder of the Business Center Group, was on site Thursday, signing at the supermarket before it opened on Friday.
The team recruited more than 100 employees to the store, initially via video interview and had to delay the opening so that the team could physically add to the existing stores once the essential retail was allowed to reopen.
The new site is advertised on TV, radio, outdoor poster sites and digitally in the 1.5 million campaign.
The Trade Center Group operates from six outlets, two located in Neath and Cardiff North in South Wales, which trade under the Trade Center Wales brand.
Both Coventry and Wheatonbury in the West Midlands operate under the Centers’ Trade Center, which also has the recently opened Rochdale and Rotherham stores.
Bailey said: “We are pleased to announce that we will continue to invest heavily in high-quality bricks and mortar retail, and have secured another site with a direct front to a more exciting location for the already announced new stores. Motorway in the UK.”