News
August 6, 2010
Notebook opens up

Notebook, the newest stationery store in Kingstown, is promising to offer its customers the best rates possible on products.{{more}}

Located on the first floor of the Sprott Bros. Building, Bay Street, Kingstown, the store officially opened its doors on July 19.

“We offer a wide range of school, art and office products and soon office services,” said Una Sayers, Notebook’s Manager.

She said clients will immediately be impressed with the potential savings opportunities, which can be measured in several ways.

According to Sayers, Notebook’s products and services are competitively priced to keep customers’ initial cost at a minimum. She added, the quality of Notebook’s products makes clients’ purchases from the store a great value.

“Any function performed in an office will be offered soon from us. We have a free delivery service with no additional cost. Long distance telephone calls to North America are also coming on stream,” said Sayers. She noted that orders can be made through Notebook via catalogues displayed with no additional cost on the prices displayed in the catalogues. Additionally, bulk discounts are also available.

The manager emphasized that Notebook tries to match prices in Kingstown.

“If we are not the lowest, we will try to offer or provide alternative products,” said Sayers.

Sayers promised that customers can expect to receive friendly and courteous service, as well as “a quick turnaround”.

The manager noted that Notebook caters for everyone.

Notebook is also extending its generosity to its clients by having a special “Back To School” promotion. Customers who spend $20 or more get a chance to enter a draw for a back pack loaded with school supplies.