TORONTO, June 5, 2012 /CNW/ - With a new location opening downtown Toronto at Yonge and Dundas on Friday, June 8, leading Canadian discount housewares retailer - Kitchen Stuff Plus - is proving themselves to be one of the fastest growing retailers in the province this year.
Yonge and Dundas proudly marks the 12th store for the Ontario-based retailer who opened its first location in Toronto at Yonge and Bloor in 1993. Located at 328 Yonge Street just half a block north from Dundas Street, this new location will be a unique project for Kitchen Stuff Plus serving as a pop-up store until September 2012.
This store is going to be a true testament to what Kitchen Stuff Plus does best. While their other locations are famous for presenting customers with a wide selection of items to enhance every room in the home, the Yonge and Dundas store is going to focus on our core offerings for kitchen and gadgets. Still paying close attention to delivering on their promise of value and customer service excellence, this store will cater to the niche market of professional and at-home chefs with a strong focus on enhancing the kitchen and celebrating food and cooking.
The smallest of the downtown stores, customers will love being welcomed into this quaint and inviting shopping experience by the passionate, energetic and knowledgable Kitchen Stuff Plus staff.
About Kitchen Stuff Plus
Kitchen Stuff Plus is the leading discount retailer in housewares and home décor that has been voted one of Toronto's best places to shop again and again. We started our business in 1987 with the belief that customers deserve a value-added shopping experience that exceeds their expectations - every time they visit our stores, and we've achieved that by providing incredible savings, superior selection and exceptional service that few can match. In return, we're proud to have loyal, enthusiastic customers who keep coming back and keep our business growing. With the upcoming grand opening of our Liberty Village store, we proudly operate 12 locations throughout the GTA.
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