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01 August 2011

Magnetic Storm was recently contracted by STYLECO on behalf of TOYS-R-US to install new equipment for the bigger store at Moffet Retail Park in PE. The new store is bigger and required a little more than the previous one. STYLECO, a Johannesburg based company, supplied the following equipment for us to install:

7 x LCD TV’s
3 x Bluray Players
1 x Playstation 3
1 x Nintendo Wii
2 x DVD Players

This quality equipment along with Magnetic Storms know-how has given the new store a more interactive experience for kids and adults alike. The job turned out to be a great success with store management thrilled with the end result.

 

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