Posted: Mon 30th Jan 2017

Around 20 new jobs to be created with the opening of a new JD Sports store at Broughton Park

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, Jan 30th, 2017

Looking for a job? One of the UK’s leading sports fashion retailer JD Sports is set to open a new store at Broughton, creating around 20 new jobs for the area.

The new 4,750 sq ft store, between WHSmith and Nike Factory Store, will stock global brands such as Nike, adidas, Ellesse, The North Face, asics, New Balance plus Supply & Demand and women’s active and leisurewear brand Pink Soda Sport.

Alan Barker, Centre Manager at Broughton, said:

“JD is a fantastic addition to our already impressive line-up of retailers. We have exciting plans for Broughton and this is the first of many announcements in 2017.”

 A spokesperson for JD said:

“We are excited to join the team at Broughton and look forward to offering local shoppers the latest collections and many exclusives in footwear, sport and streetwear as well as a great range of accessories from iconic brands.”

Update 2 – Currently struggling to get a working email – send them here with an ‘explainer’ http://www.broughtonshopping.co.uk/content/contact

Update – email address supplied hasn’t been working but have been told you can forward CV’s to this one [email protected]

 The store is now recruiting for full and part-time staff. Applicants should send their CV to [email protected]

 

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