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Saturday June 20, 2009

Electrical store for Setapak folk

RESIDENTS of Taman Sri Rampai in Setapak have a new electrical store in town to cater to their home appliances need.

ESH (M) Sdn Bhd launched their sixth outlet in Taman Sri Rampai after sucessfully being in the business since 1983.

Their first flagship store in SS2, Petaling Jaya, has been going strong for more than 26 years.

The launch of the sixth outlet was held on June 13 with a lion dance performance by the Ti-Ratana Welfare Society, Kuala Lumpur.

According to ESH’s general manager, Edward Ng, the one thing that sets them apart from other outlets is their service.

“We provide bonus links, extended warranty and we have reasonable prices for all our appliances,” said Ng.

Symbolic: Ng (right) with his parents Mr and Mrs Ng cutting the ribbon to open the new store. With them are the lion dancers from Ti -Ratana.

Their turnover for last year proves this point as the figure is RM60mil.

This year they inte nd to open up new branches and the biggest one yet is at a new shopping mall in Subang called the Empire Mall.

“This outlet at the Empire Mall will be 8,500sq ft and we will also be opening up an exclusive lot for Sony products there as well,” he added.

ESH electrical stores carries Japanese brands like Sharp, Toshiba as well as Korean brands like LG and Samsung.

During the launch, ESH, Sharp and LG donated RM5,000 each to Ti Ratana.

The Taman Sri Rampai store is located at No.2, 2A & 6 Jalan Megan Setapak, Taman Sri Rampai, Setapak, 53300. Log on to www.esh2u.com for more details.

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