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Park Cameras Store Opens Its Doors - Park Cameras has opened what it claims to be the best camera store in London.
Park Cameras officially opened the doors to its outstanding new camera store in London this week.
Park Cameras’ aim for their new store was to create the best camera store in London and they believe that they have done this. Their plan was to recreate the award-winning formula that has served them well since opening their flagship Burgess Hill store in 2008.
Park’s store is extremely accessible in the heart of the west end, 53-54 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JR. The store spans across over 4,000 square feet purely dedicated to photography.
Just some of the areas within the store include the largest display of Canon Digital SLRs and Canon lenses, Fujifilm cameras, Olympus cameras and Panasonic cameras. The store also comprises the largest range of Lowepro and Manfrotto bags and tripods on display in central London, for customers to select their perfect add-ons.
The store opened its doors a few days ago in a soft opening and is now planning their grand opening event on Saturday 14 December 2013. On the big day, there will be representatives from all the photographic brands along with a range of unbeatable offers.
Roscoe Atkins, MD of Park Cameras, said, "It’s been a lot of hard work and late nights for our team to open the store in time for Christmas but we’re really pleased we’re now open and ready to serve London. Our objective was simple: to create the best camera store in London so we listened to our customers for what they wanted and we hope that we’ve successfully implemented their thoughts and ideas. We are now open so please do come along to meet the new team and take advantage of our opening week offers. Please also watch this space, as there are more exciting plans that we have in store for the future!"
For more information, take a look at the Park Cameras website.