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ProCook Celebrates New Glasgow Fort Store

ProCook staff outside new Glasgow Fort store 2

ProCook is thrilled to have opened its newest store in Glasgow Fort on 2nd September. As the UK’s leading kitchenware and cookware brand, the store is ready to cater to passionate home cooks and shoppers across the region.
Customers visiting the store have the chance to shop the latest kitchen must-haves from ProCook including kitchenware and dining ware products, featuring popular and high-quality items along with an expanded, spacious display area designed to showcase ProCook’s beautiful tableware.

Products can be tried and tested in-store with the help of ProCook’s friendly and expert staff who will be on-hand to help build bespoke kitchenware sets, all at an unbeatable value, to suit customer needs.

To celebrate the opening, ProCook are offering all new customers 10% off everything in store with the code NEWSTORE10, which can be shown to staff at the cash desk.
ProCook’s new store can be found in the award-winning shopping centre, Glasgow Fort. The fourth store to open in Scotland, ProCook at Glasgow Fort is expected to have created up to eight new jobs for the local area.

ProCook Retail Director Andy Kerr:
“We are delighted to be bringing ProCook to Glasgow. Our brand-new store showcases the full range of ProCook kitchenware including all our latest product lines and the very best offers.

Glasgow is a thriving city, so we’re sure that ProCook will be a welcome arrival!”
Visit ProCook’s Glasgow store at Glasgow Fort, situated just off junction 10 of the M8.

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