Luxury Preserved Rose Brand Hosts Grand Opening To Launch New Store
Luxury preserved rose brand Endura Roses is celebrating the grand opening of a new boutique at Intu Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, with an exclusive VIP launch event. The event takes place on Saturday 28th September, with Endura offering a number of exclusive giveaways and playing host to VIP guests including the Lord Mayor, Lady Mayoress and local Councillor David Cook. The first 25 people attending the event will also be presented with a luxurious red preserved rose as a special gift.
Endura Roses supply a unique and exclusive luxury preserved rose collection to the retail market, with boutiques located in some of the UK’s most prestigious shopping centres including The Trafford Centre, Bluewater and Westfield London.
The company offers a distinctive collection of colours and designs, reflecting the latest trends in gift and interior decoration solutions, with customers worldwide. Endura Roses Managing Director, Awais Babar, said:
We are tremendously excited to be launching another franchise boutique within Intu Eldon Square. Our grand opening event is certain to generate a lot of excitement, as we display our products to a potential new audience. Our offer of a free rose to the first 25 people in attendance is a unique and valuable gift, which I know will generate a lot of interest. Intu Eldon Square is the ideal location in a vibrant city and fits perfectly alongside our other locations across the UK.
The new boutique at Intu Eldon Square will be a franchise of the Endura Rose brand, and franchise owner, Rizwan Ashraf, is also excited for the launch:
Endura Roses are a world leader in this market and I am incredibly proud to be the new owner of this franchise in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. I believe that the combination of this unique product and perfect location will ensure the success of this boutique. Our grand opening will not only generate interest in the brand, but is also an opportunity to showcase our fabulous range to the people of Newcastle.