Jessops, the UK’s leading photographic retailer is proud to announce it has relocated its Eastbourne store to a new location at Unit 15, Arndale Centre, Eastbourne, BN21 3NW open Monday - Saturday 09:00 – 18:00 and Sunday 10:00 – 16:00.
Jessops continually brings a broader range of photographic products in-store to showcase to its customers including the latest digital still cameras, digital SLR cameras, lenses for both the amateur and professional photographer, compact system cameras, camcorders and photo accessories. Products will be smartly presented on stylish, free standing display units and supported by friendly, trained staff to offer ‘Advice for Life’ expert knowledge.
The new customer-friendly layout will enable customers to test and trial live interactive cameras. Jessops staff will be happy to help advise you on the best accessories to accompany your new purchase and how to make the very best of the photographs you take.
The new Eastbourne store showcases an extensive range of photo products and services including instant photo printing, photo printing available within 25 minutes, 1 hour and next day. The store also features an in-store large format printer enabling customers to take away stunning posters and canvas prints within an hour as well as personalised wrapping paper.
Instant photo gifts are available in-store too, these include key ring, ArtBlox, magnets, glass coasters, acrylic blocks, mouse mats and notebooks all personalised with your favourite photos. These make great personalised presents for the festive season!
Sean Emmett, Marketing Director of Jessops commented “Jessops is passionate about photography and customer service is our priority, we want our customers to see how dedicated we are in helping them select a product which is suitable for their needs. The new store has so much choice to offer, so whether you are an amateur or a professional photographer our friendly team of experts will be on hand to offer advice to help you make your importance decision.”
For more information, visit the Jessops website