Winning Appliances announces two new showrooms

winning-appliances-kingston-showroomWinning Appliances has announced two new store projects, a new flagship showroom in Richmond, Victoria, and a new showroom in Myaree, Western Australia.

Set to open early next year, the 1500sqm Victorian showroom aims to provide a “unique and world-class shopping experience” for customers purchasing kitchen and laundry appliances.

“Following our recent acquisition of Michael’s Appliance Centre in Brighton, our new flagship Richmond showroom demonstrates our commitment to Victorians to provide them with our unmatched and unbiased service and unique multisensory shopping experience,” Winning Group CEO John Winning said.

The new Richmond showroom will become Winning Appliances 15th showroom and fifth flagship showroom, alongside our Fortitude Valley, Kingston, Redfern and Osborne Park showrooms.

The Myaree showroom is slated to open in September, and continues the company’s expansion into the Western Australian market.

“The over 1000sqm showroom will complement our other Winning Appliances retail stores in Osborne Park, O’Connor and Joondalup and our newly opened commercial showroom in Osborne Park.

“Our century-old business has always chosen destination style showrooms to engage with customers and Myaree is a great location to connect with people.”

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  1. Marty cobley posted on April 23, 2019

    How about a phone number

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