ECigWizard’s first new outlet of 2015 opened January at the Meadows Shopping Centre, Chelmsford. This one follows the style of the recently opened and very busy ECigWizard outlets in Colwyn Bay, Wigan and Shrewsbury in that it is an island of counters placed right in the flow of a popular shopping centre.
Meadows Shopping Centre, Chelmsford
The Meadows Shopping Centre is one of the two main shopping centres in Chelmsford. It is popular with both Chelmsfordians and the many tourists who visit the area because of the variety of shops and services that it offers.
In addition to ECigWizard, visitors to the shopping centre will also see other major retailers such as BHS, Boots, Wallis and Wilko in addition to a number of bespoke independent retailers that are also well worth one’s attention. The eight screen Odeon that is also in the shopping centre is the only cinema in the City.
Chelmsford’s Meadows Shopping Centre also has its own multi-storey car park which can accommodate nearly 500 cars. The accessibility of the centre is further enhanced by their Shopmobility, Kiddi Cabs services, which can be found on the car park’s ground floor.
Free Wi-Fi is also on offer within the centre as are a number of coffee shops – so it’s easy to understand its popularity.
The staff at ECigWizard’s Chelmsford RMU outlet have been carefully chosen, these are individuals who are enthusiastic about vaping and will be able to confidently demonstrate the advantages of choosing to vape instead of smoking tobacco. They are knowledgeable about the full range of products and will be pleased to talk about them to you.
Foremost in the products at ECigWizard Chelmsford is their extensive range of e-liquids, each of which is available for testing in their Flavour Station. The opportunity that is offered to vape any number of e-liquids before deciding which is your favourite is a helpful feature. Sometimes a flavour might sound ideal but doesn’t quite work for you when it’s vaped, equally you can often be surprised to find that you really enjoy vaping something that you might never have imagined would be to your taste. Offering a try before you buy service clearly shows ECigWizard’s confidence in the excellence of their e-liquid juices – and you are under no obligation to buy any, however many you try.
Being placed conveniently where people already shop makes ECigWizard Chelmsford an ideal place to pick up the various accessories associated with vaping, not only do they stock clearomisers but also the atomiser heads to fit them too. A full range of drip tips, lanyards, eGo holders and chargers are also part of their range. ECigWizard’s ecig batteries are a step above the quality of ecig batteries often sold by others and they are guaranteed too – ECigWizard Chelmsford have a full range of these ecig batteries in different sizes, with many colours to choose from in stock.
The immediacy of having an ecig outlet where potential vaping converts are passing makes ecig starter kits one of ECigWizard Chelmsford’s most popular products. Their range starts at under £20 for a ecig starter kit for vaping that includes a 900mAh battery, CE9 clearomiser, a USB charger and a 10ml bottle of eliquid. Helping someone move away from smoking by adopting vaping as an alternative is one of the most rewarding parts of selling ecigs and by buying a good solid starter kit the customer has a great introduction into this healthier option.
Chelmsford to Central London via the railway’s Great Eastern Main Line only takes about 35 minutes thus it is a popular home for many commuters who work in the City. In 2012 Chelmsford was granted city status, it has a population of well over 100,000.
The 15th century Chelmsford Cathedral is the second smallest cathedral in England however it is a delight to visit and holds weekly lunchtime concerts. The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) have organised two Beer Festivals to be held in Chelmsford during 2015, the first is in February, the second is in July.
Chelmsford has a long history, the Wikipedia article on the town states “In 1199, following the commissioning of a bridge over the River Can by Maurice, Bishop of London, William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise was granted a Royal Charter for Chelmsford to hold a market, marking the origin of the modern town. An under-cover market, operating Tuesday to Saturday, is still an important part of the city centre over 800 years later. The city’s name is derived from Ceolmaer’s ford which was close to the site of the present High Street stone bridge. In the Domesday Book of 1086 the town was called Celmeresfort and by 1189 it had changed to Chelmsford. Its position on the Londinium – Camulodonum Roman road (the modern A12) ensured the early prosperity of Chelmsford; in the first decade of the 12th century its population had grown to several hundred, which was large for its time.”
ECW – Chelmsford
Meadows Shopping Centre
42-47 High Street
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