Courts opens second store in New York

Courts, the Caribbean’s largest furniture, electronics and appliances retailer has expanded its U.S. presence by opening its second U.S.-based retail property on Nov. 10, in Jamaica, Queens 89-56 165th St., Jamaica, New York.

This new location complements and build upon the existing patronage established in Flatbush Brooklyn, which opened in 2008.

Yesterday’s formal opening reception was for VIPs, diplomats and members of the media.

With further expansion into the U.S. market and the opening of the second U.S. property, Courts presents a prime opportunity to further build the brand within New York and throughout the United States, and establish Courts as the premier option for Caribbean nationals to furnish their homes in the U.S. and for their loved ones back home across the Caribbean.

Customers can purchase furniture in the U.S. and it will be delivered the next day from a store in their respective country.

The Unicomer Group operates a chain of more than 400 stores in Central America and the Caribbean. Their operations span 18 countries including the USA and this symbolizes regional leadership with a broad geographical presence. The group is a reflection of the trade integration of the Caribbean and Central American people, and a symbol of the development of these countries exemplified by growth and service throughout Central America, the Caribbean and the United States.

During the opening weekend there will be several activities:

Friday, Nov. 11: Store opens with weekend specials for customers, raffles, etc.

Saturday, Nov. 12: Block party/celebrity appearances

Sunday, Nov. 13: End of weekend offer.

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