On Wednesday 29th November Access for All night took place in St Helier, an evening where the town centre is open until 8pm encouraging Christmas shopping, street food, carol singing and a fun festive atmosphere. A shuttle bus looped through St Helier providing easy access around town for disabled passengers, and many retailers opened their doors with extra staff on hand to ensure that everyone enjoyed the evening!
Airtel-Vodafone asked local charity and support groups to get in touch so that they could assist wherever their clients need. Airtel-Vodafone staff were on hand to answer queries and help customers check out the latest technology, and assist wherever necessary. Peter Zunino, Head of Sales and Marketing at Airtel-Vodafone said: ‘We’re really excited about the new store and want to share it with all. The store is designed with UK specifications in mind, so is accessible for disabled shoppers. We had extra staff in to be on hand for those who prefer a one-to-one and less busy conversation, we booked out meeting rooms in case customers needed a bit of extra time to chat with an advisor in a comfortable environment. We’re really keen to support this brilliant event, and help to make Access for All a really successful evening in the future also.’ The new Airtel-Vodafone store at No 1 Castle Street opened Wednesday 29th November from 9am until 8pm for the Access for All event. Daphne East, Town Centre Manager said: ‘It is great to see so many town retailers support the Access for All event. We have a number of popular retailers who are opening their doors later than usual, a fantastic shuttle service to assist shoppers and wonderful choirs dotted around town. It will be fantastic’.