Fresh spring in their step

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May 2018

The arrival of new spring/summer 2018 collections has completed the transformation of Lucks of Louth which began last year with the rebranding and refurbishment of the shop.
Customers visiting the Eastgate based country and fashion wear retailer will notice not only a new name style above the door but also a fresh new, contemporary look and layout to the window displays and shop floor. “We have really opened up the space, linking our series of display areas,” explained store manager Kate Burton, “which gives customers a much more relaxed, boutique shopping experience.”

Lucks of Louth is now under the ownership of well-known local businessman Sean Lawson. Sean is a commercial property owner, operating the town’s New Market Hall and Grimsby’s Abbeygate shopping centre. Purchase of the shop, which has been established for more than thirty years, restores the Lawson family’s ownership of an independent retail presence in Louth, not seen since Sean’s father owned former department store Lawson and Stockdale.

“Lucks of Louth is now a shop in which the whole family can browse, stocking outstanding leading brands including Dubarry, Fairfax and Favor, Josef Seibel, Schoffel and Douglas and Grahame to name a few.

This is an exciting time for the business as we continue to build our ranges of countrywear, boots, shoes, accessories and bags. Clients can still be assured of our outstanding customer service. We have a fresh new approach to showcasing our collections for men and women.”

Come and browse the latest ranges at Lucks of Louth. There is plenty of friendly help on hand to serve you and outstanding brands to tempt you.

Lucks of Louth, 87-91 Eastgate, Louth LN11 9PL
Tel: 01507 607746, www.luckoflouth.co.uk
Facebook: @luckoflouth



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