TK Maxx opens first Tassie store in Glenorchy

Global retailer TK Max has opened the doors of its first Tasmanian store at Northgate Shopping Centre in Glenorchy.

As the home of big brands at small prices, TK Maxx sells a huge assortment of big names, top brands, up and coming labels and high-quality fashion. It offers big brands at small prices across a huge range of products including women’s, men’s and kids’ fashion, shoes, accessories, beauty, toys and homewares.

Northgate centre manager Luke Jamieson said it was an amazing feeling to open Tasmania’s TK Maxx first store on 1 June.

“We feel really excited as a business to be sharing TK Maxx with the Tasmanian community,” he said.

With more than 600 stores across seven countries, the new Tasmanian store will give shoppers access to a completely new collection of apparel and home fashion at discounted prices.

Mr Jamieson said long- time brand supporters and new shoppers were thrilled to see the Northgate store finally open.

“We saw a great mixture of people who have shopped with TK Maxx on the mainland and overseas and people who were experiencing TK Maxx for the very first time,” he said.

“On opening day shoppers were welcomed with giveaways, prizes and a completely new collection of products.

“TK Maxx is home to great brands at great prices and the constant turnover of products means that there is always something for everyone in store.”

TK Maxx buyers carefully select each season’s hottest products, brands and quality pieces at amazing prices to create an exciting shopping experience.

“Ever since we announced TK Maxx is coming to Tasmania, we’ve been thrilled by the response received,” TK Maxx Australia spokesperson Tony Dunseath said.

“We can’t wait to welcome Tasmanian customers to the home of big brands at small prices.”

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