RadioShack coming to Mandeville

RadioShack coming to Mandeville

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

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Vice-President and Managing Director of Unicomer Caribbean Mario Guerrero has confirmed plans for the establishment of electronic retailer RadioShack at the Bargain Centre Mall in Mandeville, Manchester.

It is not clear how soon operations will begin, but the company will become another retail store of Unicomer Jamaica's network. Currently, Unicomer operates the Courts, Lucky Dollar, Courts Optical, Courts Ready Cash and Ashley Home Store in Jamaica.

According to reports from the Unicomer Group, it recently opened six similar RadioShack stores in Trinidad, Barbados and Guyana. It brings the total to 75 regional RadioShack stores in Curacao, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Trinidad, Barbados and Guyana, Unicomer said.

In addition, Unicomer, through its global franchise unit, manages business relations with authorised RadioShack franchises that collectively operate 171 licensed franchised stores in Antigua, Costa Rica, Haiti, Paraguay and Peru.

On April 15, 2015, Unicomer's parent company, Regal Forest Holdings acquired the brand and franchising rights, intellectual property and existing contracts for RadioShack stores in Central America, South America and the Caribbean.

The range of products available at RadioShack stores include Bluetooth speakers and transmitters, notebook computers, tablets, power banks, headphones, android boxes and fitness trackers. The chain also offers financing plans to its customers.

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