The Do It Center is planning to continue its mission of good customer service with competitive pricing upon expansion.
Company representatives Dwighla Martin and Abigail Del Zotto gave insight on the company’s plans on Tuesday (July 23), when they addressed Rotarians and guests, during the Rotary Club of Lucaya’s weekly meeting at Ruby Swiss Restaurant.
Martin stated that the store primarily focuses on providing hardware, plumbing, electrical tools and building materials.
“We want to give our customers the best of our ability,” she added.
According to Martin, the store executives work hard regarding pricing their products, competitively, to accommodate customers.
“We do have a Rewards’ Programme, we have about 2,000 people on our Rewards Programme right now,” she revealed.
Martin maintained that a number of their best customers were rewarded up to $4,000 on their annual rebate.
The center also offers bonded prices and the Rewards’ Programme is open to bonded and duty-paid customers. “Purchasing sale items also do not exclude customers from the Rewards’ Programme.”
Martin emphasized that they want to keep the money here on Grand Bahama by rewarding their customers.
She furthered that the company is expanding with a new location, where they will have some new features which include a Paint and Houseware Department.
The new storefront is expected to be open sometime in October. “We want you to keep us in mind,” she said.
She noted that many people are not aware of what the store provides.
“You can start and completely finish your home with us,” Martin added.
She admitted that the store typically attracts contractors, but they want to focus on appealing to average local shoppers.
They agreed that the center has a great team, which consists of about 16 staff members.
The Do It Center has also assisted the community. It was revealed that after major hurricanes in Grand Bahama, company officials did what they could to help residents who needed to rebuild.
“We even went down on a few things,” she added, noting that the company also accepted National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) coupons.
“We put sand and shovels out for free,” she said. “We do what we can.”