A brand new and widely-anticipated TK Maxx store will officially open its doors in Eastbourne on Thursday morning (March 20).
It was announced last year that the popular retailer would be bringing its brands and bargains to the town by opening a branch at the Crumbles retail park in Pevensey Bay Road.
Work has been ongoing in the unit, which previously housed JD Sports, and it is now ready to welcome the public later this week.
The first 500 customers through the doors at 9am on Thursday will also receiving a £10 gift card to spend in store.
TK Maxx spokesperson, Helen Gunter, said,“We are very excited to be opening up a new store and bringing Eastbourne shoppers savings of up to 60 per cent off the RRP on great brands and labels for all the family under one roof.
“This new TK Maxx store will feature more than 19,251sq ft/ 1,813sq metres of this season’s must-have fashion and accessories for women, men and kids as well as homeware at a fraction of the normal retail price.
“The TK Maxx concept is simple. TK Maxx buyers shop the world all year round working direct with designers to negotiate great deals bringing customers designer and famous brands at a fraction of normal retail prices.
“With a modern and stylish, but no frills store environment, further savings can be passed on to customers.
“A typical TK Maxx store stocks an average 50,000 items with daily deliveries bringing up to 10,000 new items to store every week so customers will always find a constantly fresh and exciting mix of top brands and great quality at the lowest prices, every time they visit.
“TK Maxx has a team of almost 200 buyers in Europe working directly with designers and brand owners all over the world. Week in week out,our team of buyers across Europe search the world to get the best deals for savvy shoppers.
“This allows them to take advantage of exciting opportunities as and when they arise.”
Bosses of the High Street retail store also announced that the new shop would create 45 jobs in the area.
The unit, close to both Cineworld and Asda, remained empty since the closure of JD Sports last year.