Rocks Off are at the This Morning Live
14.05.2019 | Birmingham, England – This Morning live event is a shopping festival at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham that presents well-known brands, small boutiques and unique retailers across a wide range of products including fashion, beauty, home, food & drink and more.
“We were delighted to be one of the brands that Harmony store has chosen to present at ‘This Morning Live event’,” says Rocks Off sales Manager Sham Galoria. “We have a great relationship with Harmony and their team and without doubt their flagship store in Oxford Street in London is a fantastic show case for our brand. When the opportunity was presented to us by Store Manger Jaimie O’Sullivan to have our brand at this fantastic lifestyle event, we had no hesitation in wanting our ranges to be part of the Harmony stand.”
“Rocks Off has some amazing products to offer and we are sure that anyone who is looking to purchase a lifestyle pleasure product for the first time or as an addition to what they already have we will find a product that will suit their needs and choices,” Galoria adds. “As a brand we are already working with mainstream beauty, fashion and grocery leaders so we see this event as further testimony to the changes we are now seeing in terms of pleasure products and their accessibility.” Harmony is located at stand F12 in the beauty and Wellbeing section of the event. “There are some great offers at the show that Harmony have pulled together including the chance to win one of our product hampers, so lots to see and join in with”, Galoria tells about what visitors can expect.
Jamie O’Sullivan says “The This Morning Show was a ‘must attend for Harmony’ our Oxford Street store in London is a great showcase in one of the busiest shopping locations in Europe. Our customers range from first time purchasers to regular customers and we aim to provide them with exceptional choice and a great shopping experience, and we feel that this show is just another way for us to present lifestyle pleasure products to the mainstream audiences.”