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Advert: Centre Stage Uniforms

Success leads to expansion for leading uniform maker.

Centre Stage

 

Following a highly successful 2011, Centre Stage uniforms has now outgrown its current home, and is re-locating to new 4,000sq ft premises near Hebden Bridge.

Further growth

Speaking of the move, and also of the phenomenal year Centre Stage has enjoyed, MD, Martin Gernon told 4BR: "The new premises not only gives us the room we require to deal with our rapid expansion, but will also contain a new UK workroom and design centre, showroom and customer meeting facilities and office suite.

It still leaves us room to grow further for the new developments we have planned for 2012 and beyond."

Jobs

Martin added: "In addition, we are creating additional jobs to cope with current and projected demand. 2012 promises to be a very exciting year for the company."

The MD revealed that as well as re-investing profits into the business, the expansion plans have been funded by help from Finance Yorkshire and Bradford Chamber Business Enterprise Fund.

It still leaves us room to grow further for the new developments we have planned for 2012 and beyondMD, Martin Gernon

Grateful

He concluded: "We are very grateful to both organisations that certainly see us as one of the leading small businesses in the region.

In 2012, Centre Stage will offer new production lines, including a brand new division to cater for the Pipe, Accordion and Marching Band Sectors in Northern Ireland and Scotland, as well as extending the range to choirs, wind bands and concert bands, in addition to our ever growing banner and pennant business.2

Further information:

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Centre Stage Uniforms
Unit 11B
Thornber Top Land Business Park
Cragg Road
Mytholmroyd
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire
HX7 5RW

Please use existing phone lines which will be diverted to new premises.

Tel: 01254 720287
Mobile: 07545 025628

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