We are delighted to announce that LDS Tourism Services is to supply Waitrose stores with complementary literature stands.
Our partner company in South Wales has negotiated an exclusive contract
to display printed materials in Waitrose outlets throughout the UK. We will be
responsible for selling and restocking pockets within our usual service area.
There are stores throughout
England, Scotland and Wales, but over the next five years, the retailer plans
to open at least ten new shops in the North West. The company aims to spend
£100 million on new sites throughout the region, including a second Chester
branch at Boughton Retail Centre. Much to the delight of Anglesey residents,
a new Waitrose store also opened in Menai Bridge last March, taking over
the old Co-Op premises.
Since Wallace Waite, Arthur Rose and
David Taylor opened their first small grocery shop at 263 Acton Hill, West
London in 1904, Waitrose has become one of the UK’s leading food retailers – combining
the convenience of a supermarket with the expertise and service of a specialist
Our stands will contain literature on community based events, sports,
arts, theatre and tourism. The artwork on the holder will incorporate Waitrose’s
logo alongside our own (or that of the local distribution company – depending on
the area). However, no third party unauthorized literature will be allowed, so
please contact us if you would like your promotional print displayed in any local
or national Waitrose store.