Fancy Dress Helps Wirral Business Thrive

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Fancy Dress Helps Wirral Business Thrive

19 Apr 2013 –– Commercial

Have Fun on a Budget with UK Direct Fancy Dress

Sales of fancy dress costumes have soared during the recession as people across the UK search for affordable fun – and one Wirral business is making the most of the dress up revolution.

UK Direct Fancy Dress, run by Andy Davies, sells a range of fancy dress costumes online and through an eBay store and Amazon outlet. The company has seen business boom throughout the downturn after being inundated with orders from hen parties, stag groups, students and general partygoers across the UK.

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Andy Davies said: “People still want to have a bit of fun when they’re on a budget and fancy dress is a cheap way to let your hair down without breaking the bank. We cater for all kinds of fancy dress and have seen consistently strong sales throughout the year, as well as boom periods like student freshers’ week, Halloween and Christmas.”

The company bases its business from Speke storage centre Store First, which offers free wifi, boardroom and canteen facilities plus PO Box Address and a dedicated telephone line for business customers from its Estuary Banks store.

Andy said: “It makes sense to run our business online and base ourselves here as people are simply looking for great customer service at the right price. Fancy dress is quite a seasonal business - last year we were restricted on how much Halloween stock we could order by a lack of space at home. This year we have no worries – we can stock as much as we like and expand our storage units over time without any hassle.”

Store First's operations director said: “We build great relationships with our business storage customers by giving them a flexible service at an affordable price point – we’re here to help businesses like Andy’s grow and flourish over time.”

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