fbb presents the most exciting deal of the year ‘Every Friday is a Try Day’ Customers can avail this exciting offer at fbb stores every Friday
Every Friday is a Try day
June 10, 2019: fbb, Future Group's popular fashion destination,brings to you a very exciting offer, 'Every Friday is a Tryday'starting this Friday, 7th June.From this Friday onwards, every Friday will be celebrated as a Fashion Shopping Day at fbb. The popular fashion brand will promote one item from their latest fashion collection every Friday, and also offer exciting discounts on the products.
Fashion lovers can now shop from their nearest fbb store every Friday and get Rs.100 off on purchase of the exclusive product in men's and ladies' wear. The 'Every Friday is a Try Day' campaign starts this Friday – 7th June with special offers on women's denims and jeggings from various brands such as DJ&C, LCO and Hey!.
Speaking about the campaign, Rajesh Seth, COO, fbbsays, “At fbb, we always look forward to introducing new fashion trends and offers for our customers. 'Every Friday is a Tryday' is an initiative that will bring the latest in fashion at great prices to our customers every Friday.”
Through this campaign, fbb will have offers on several other categories like joggers, chinos and jeggings on every Friday for both men and women. So come and shop the latest fashion at your nearest fbb store and get amazing offers every Friday!
fbb has been the face of affordable fashion destinations in India since 2008. With its stance of being India's Fashion Hub, it believes in aspirational value fashion. From business meeting to casual resort wear, from versatile ethnics to comfortable home wear, fbb creates exclusive merchandise for its audience under its own private labels. With a wide variety to choose from, fbb has something in store for everyone. fbb targets a youthful audience in India that wishes to stay synonymous with current trends. The brand has 352 stores including 74 stand-alone stores spread across all the metro cities, mini metros and also penetrates well in their tier-ll cities.