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Courts rolls out sweet deals for FNO

Thursday, September 06, 2012    

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FURNITURE and appliance trader Courts will this evening offer special deals at its 17 stores islandwide participating in the fourth annual staging of the Jamaica Observer's celebration of Fashion's Night Out (FNO).

In addition to a "fashionable gift" being presented to the first 15 customers to shop between 5:00 pm and 10:00 pm, Courts says it is offering:

* Nothing down on 36 months;

* 15 per cent off 36 months credit only; and

* 5 per cent off cash.

"Fashion is not only about styling yourself from head to toe in fabulous garbs, but styling your home from room to room with comfortable, luxurious and sleek furniture that you can only find at Courts," the company said in a statement.

Boasting that it is unmatched in the area of fashionable furniture, Courts reiterated that it offers some of the best and highest quality brands at affordable prices.

"Our customers are sure to find items that suit their needs -- from living, dining and bedroom sets, to TVs, DVDs, laptops; small appliances, including irons, kettles, toaster ovens and rice cookers; and accessories such as lamps, rugs, paintings, and decorative pieces," Courts said.

During this evening's expected shopping frenzy, the furniture and appliance trader will stage an 'Evening of Fashion' at Courts Michi, which will feature a fashion show highlighting up-and-coming designers, entertainment, and much more.

"Courts is always excited to be a part of Jamaica Observer's celebration of Fashion's Night Out and is proud of the event's tremendous growth over the past four years, which has become an anticipated calendar event," the company said.

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