Stewarts Garden Centre introduces click and collect service

by | Aug 12, 2016 | News | 0 comments


Stewarts Garden Centres of Christchurch and Wimborne have launched a click and collect service on their website and customers will also be able to order by post a range of gift vouchers and tickets for various talks, demonstrations and events.

Terry Head, director of retail and marketing, said that the project was managed by a team from the businesses’ younger employees. It was Stewarts furniture assistant Joelle Campbell, IT assistant Lewis Newton and marketing executive Emily Kidgell who were determined to make the click and collect service as simple to use as possible, even for first time online users.

Terry said: “The service has been trialled for a few weeks and is already being adopted by customers as an added convenience to their shopping experience with us. It’s a great way to reserve items such as garden furniture and barbecues, and larger, one off outdoor products that we sell exclusively in the region. This is in addition to our dedicated delivery service.”

As a long established horticultural grower and retailer, The company will continue to focus its investment into the presentation and range of stock at the award winning centres.

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