M&S Outlines Its Plans Ahead Of Retail Reopening Across the Country Next Week
With retail reopening for the Republic of Ireland next Monday, 17 May, Marks & Spencer has outlined its plans to reopen all Clothing & Home space across its stores.
According to the retailer, online demand for dresses has steadily grown since the end of February and it has recently seen big search increases for sandals & sunglasses, with its “new in” womenswear page now the most visited page on marksandspencer.ie.
M&S’s ‘Bring On’ campaign will put a spotlight on the products customers are searching for online as social events start to return and the summer season kicks off - from relaxed tailoring in soft fabrics perfect for outdoor gatherings, to denim staples, the company said.
The campaign will also extend across M&S Food as well, highlighting offers such as three for €12 on Grill and summer specials such as Prosecco, it added.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming more customers back into our stores from next Monday," said Ken Scully, Marks & Spencer, head of Trading and Commercial Operations – Ireland."
"The health and safety of our customers and store colleagues continue to be our priority, and we have everything in place to ensure our customers can have a safe and enjoyable shopping experience,” he added.
M&S said it will continue to offer free pick up at its 18 stores via its Click & Collect service.
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