OK Furniture Gaborone in grand reopening

OK Furniture Gaborone is set for a grand reopening on Thursday 26 September, following an extensive upgrade.

OK Furniture has over 400 stores with branches located across South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, eSwatini, Botswana, Zambia, Mozambique and Angola. The new look Gaborone store is set for a launch that will feature “grand reopening deals” officials from the furniture giant said.

“Residents can look forward to the lowest prices guaranteed on lounge or dining-room suites, base sets, TVs, audio systems, decoders and any other appliances.

“And with over 80 years of experience in the retail industry, you can also be sure that when it comes to service, we know exactly what their customer wants,” officials said.

They said the group’s well-trained and friendly staff will be available to answer all customers’ questions regarding the different payment options available.  “There’s also a Money Market counter in-store where you can pay municipal accounts, buy electricity, transfer money, buy bus tickets, and so much more.”

The revamped OK Furniture Gaborone shop is located at Plot 4933, Station Road, Gaborone.

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