Kika opens second outlet in Saudi
Riyadh, June 11, 2008
After the launch of its first furniture and home accessories showroom in Galleria Mall in Riyadh, kika, a member of Fawaz Alhokair Group, has announced the opening of its second showroom in Dhahran.
The new showroom offers a large collection of furniture and home accessories, and end-to-end solutions ranging from décor planning to delivery and installation, all under one roof.
Applying its motto, “Highest quality at the best price,” kika started its operations in the region by opening their first furniture and home accessories showroom in Riyadh in November 2007.
With the opening of the showroom in Dhahran, consumers can now enjoy a wide variety of offers – from the handy gadget to comprehensive high-tech solutions.
The new showroom displays the latest furniture & lifestyle products for the first time in Dhahran.
Kika has made available for the consumers a complete range of services, which include delivery, assembly, room planning, water and electricity installations, as well as the disposal of old furniture.
Located at the Mall of Dhahran, the most popular shopping center in the Eastern Region, the new 18,000 sq m kika showroom provides convenient access from Dammam, Khobar, Dhahran and Bahrain with thousands of parking facilities.
The showroom also provides a restaurant with 250 seats along with a fun park for kids.
Dhahran kika showroom displays more than 18,000 items, 40 leading European brands and several unique products.
The 220 co-workers in the showroom are fully dedicated and well trained to assist and help customers. kika, the symbol of the European Quality provides many services at affordable prices, including interior design consulting, home delivery, assembling, and kitchen planning, plumbing and electrical installations, in addition to much more outstanding services.
The first kika store was opened in 1973 in Austria with a revolutionary idea: 'The time has arrived for the customers to pick up and assemble their furniture themselves.'
Kika focused exactly on this trend. The so-called “cash and carry” concept, meaning that most of the furniture and home accessories are available immediately, was new to Austria and very successful.
The original cash-and-carry market developed rapidly into a full-service furnishing outlet with a comprehensive range of goods and services, which nowadays ranges from furnishing for the budget sector to high-quality articles.
Commenting on the new Dhahran outlet, Jean Marc, general manager said, “After the successful opening of kika Riyadh at Gallery Mall, the Dhahran event marks kika's second giant step in the Kingdom."
"The Dhahran opening is accompanied with great offers at unbelievable prices. Excitement will reach its climax with special activities for children. I believe that consumers will enjoy their visit to kika, and they will definitely find their dream furniture and home accessories," he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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