August 26 plans bumper sales

17 July 2017 | Business

Government's textiles manufacturing arm

Its marketing manager, Shafa Kanime said the planned sale is being held to make way for new inventory, which the company plans to introduce to the general public soon.

“The whole concept is to clear the stock. We realised that we have got old stock that we need to clear it up,” said Kanime ahead of the planned sales.

According to Kanime, the value of the stock August 26 plans to sell is about N$500 000.

“This mostly consists of old stock, but we will also include new material to sell as part of our bumper sales.

“We've got quality products and people should come in numbers. The prices will be quite reasonable and affordable,” said Kanime.

He urged interested members of the public to visit the August 26 premises to get a feel of what to expect.

“We are targeting the general public, mostly in and around Windhoek, retailers and small businesses. People will have to familiarise themselves with the products that we sell,” said Kanime.

The sale will be conducted on August 26's premises in Prosperita at number 13 Gold Street.

“This sale will be the first of its kind and for now we have decided to hold it on our premises,” explained Kanime.

The sale will start on 28 July with gates opening at 09:00 to 15:00 while the gates will open at 08:00 to 13:00 on Saturday.

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