New mobility shop to peg success on beating competitor prices

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A dealer which opened its second mobility shop last week hopes to achieve success at its new site in Bulwell, outside Nottingham, by making sure it beats its competitors on prices.

Mobility Care, which has a store in Ikleston and now in Bulwell, retails products including rise and recliners, scooters, stairlifts and specialist furniture, as well as offering equipment repairs and servicing.

The business is run by Aaron Johnson, whose slogan is not just to match prices, but beat them too, according to a local news report.

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Johnson told the NottinghamshireLive: “We want to be as cheap as possible for people.

Johnson and his brother, Chris Johnson, had been searching Bulwell for around a year looking for the ideal retail unit.

Aaron Johnson, who once appeared on Channel 4’s Come Dine With Me, said: “As few shops did not materialise. We found a cracking shop in Banks Yard. The shop needed a full refit, and we turned it around in three weeks.

“With it being my stomping ground – I am Bulwell born and bred – it was a no brainer.”

The business is now looking to take on two part-time staff members to help run the new store.

The shop’s official opening event saw a duo performance from a pair called ‘The Dancing Grannies’, aiming to get local residents talking about the new store.

Mobility Care was set up by Aaron Johnson, who cared for his disabled mother, after a number of years working in the industry.

In addition to competitive pricing, Mobility Care aims to offer service, reliability and “elite products”.

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