It’s been 90 years since Curtain & Linens have opened their doors, and owners, Mr and Mrs. Pumplun, are intent on keeping these doors open for many more years to come!
This renowned business began in the 1920’s in Somerset East as Levin Brothers General Wholesalers. The business then planted its roots in Evatt Street, Port Elizabeth in the 1940’s. Mr and Mrs Pumplun joined the business in 1981 and took ownership in 1997, which also saw the store moving to Newton Park. Marcel Pumplun joined Curtain & Linens ten years ago and together the Pumplun’s are ensuring that this store continues to serve with outstanding service and affordable quality. Today, Curtain & Linens are the largest stockists of curtaining, upholstery and linen in the Eastern Cape, with branches in Newton Park, North End, Knysna and George.
With their own manufacturing facilities, Curtain & Linens guarantee that customers are provided with an all rounded service. They make to order and install a wide range of quilted headboards, roman blinds, swags and tails, and much more to satisfy all decorating requirements.
This BEE compliant business has many trained and motivated sales consultants who are managed by Mrs Veona Hitchens. For 90 years this family business has been living true to their slogan, “Where the best costs less!”, and there is no doubt that that Curtain & Linens will provide many more decades of professional service with unwavering standards!
More Info: http://www.curtains-linens.co.za
Author: Graziella Ventresca-Norton from . Originally distributed by MyPR.co.za.
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