TD Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa’s foremost tech, lifestyle and solutions distributor, says it has put together unmatched deals and rock-bottom prices on a wide variety of products for its Burgundy Friday Garage sale.
The Garage sale is scheduled for Friday, November 20, 2020 from 10am.
Equally important, the sale fiesta is set to hold across all of TD Africa’s branches in Nigeria.
Furthermore, the Burgundy Friday Garage Sale will hold in TD Africa’s branch in neighbouring African country, Ghana.
The locations are as follows: Lagos (5, Redemption Crescent, Gbagada Industrial Estate, Lagos); Abuja (20, Port Harcourt Crescent, Off Gimbiya Street, Area 11, Garki, Abuja); Port Harcourt (146, Trans Amadi Industrial Layout, Oginigba, Opposite Old Michellin Company by Slaughter road, Port-Harcourt), Kano (15/16 Post Office Road, Opposite Kedco office, Kano); Enugu (134, Upper Chime Avenue, Enugu) and Owerri (65, Mbaise Road, Owerri), among others.
For Ghana, the TD Africa Burgundy Friday sale will hold at 147C, Olusegun Obasanjo way, Roman Ridge, Accra, Ghana.
Coordinating Managing Director, TD Africa, Mrs. ChiomaChimere, says the Garage sale is an opportunity for customers as well as members of the public to take advantage of the special discounts and price slashes on offer in the spirit of Black Friday.
“We have listened to the yearnings of our teeming customers who have been waiting for this Burgundy Friday Garage sale.
“We have tagged it Burgundy Friday which represents the official colour of TD Africa.
“Furthermore, we are in the Black Friday season, so there is no better time than now to have this special discount sale.
‘‘The TD Africa Burgundy Friday Garage Sale is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to grab a variety of genuine products in our wide bouquet sourced direct from the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).
“A lot of products are going away at amazing prices unbeatable anywhere else. You can be rest assured that it is not only a chance to enjoy Black Friday offerings courtesy of TD Africa, but also a unique avenue to get your Christmas shopping started early,’’ she enthused.
TD Africa commenced business in May 1999 as the pioneer ICT distributor in West Africa and currently represents the likes of globally renowned OEMs such as HP, Microsoft, APC, IBM, Huawei, Dell EMC, Cisco, D-Link, Kaspersky, Huawei, Lenovo, Philips, InFocus, Infinix, Tecno, Nokia, Bosch, Vertiv, Samsung, Zebra and Mercury, among others.
As the first manufacturer-accredited local distributor for the sub-region, TD, with the support of the OEMs, successfully confronted the myriad challenges posed by the hitherto unstructured market.
Among the first measures was the formulation of a clear policy on the channel of distribution that led to the adoption of the prevailing four-tier market structure comprising Manufacturer (OEM), Distributor, Reseller and End-User.
This development, coupled with TD’s high stocking capability, brought relief to all stakeholders by ending decades of problematic reliance on foreign distributors with no local value add.