Why do men hate shopping?

Crowded malls, pressure sales, and not knowing what to buy are just some of the reasons why men don't like to shop. Work n Play can help.

Cora vandenBrink and her staff at Work n Play in Chilliwack are committed to making shopping 'a truly great experience.'

Cora vandenBrink and her staff at Work n Play in Chilliwack are committed to making shopping 'a truly great experience.'

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When men go shopping for work clothes, they are generally in a hurry to get it over with: find a product, find a size, and find the exit. When it comes to shopping at the new Work n Play in Chilliwack, that all changes. The locally owned and operated store carries only top brands at competitive prices in men’s and women’s clothing and footwear, with staff that are friendly, helpful, and kknowledgeable.

“If someone has a problem with an item we instantly give them a new one because our vendors stand 100% behind their product,” says Cora vandenBrink, owner of Work n Play in Chilliwack.

It’s that kind of customer services that keeps bringing people back; a store run by family that treats their customers like family. There are 14 stores located across Canada, with the closest being in Princeton. The newest Work n Play opened in Chilliwack in September 2015.

“It’s been a truly great experience to see how Chilliwack has responded to the newest Work n Play,” says vandenBrink. “Many people have shopped in one of the other stores before and are truly excited to come shop here!”

For more information, visit www.worknplaychwk.ca/ or find them on Facebook  www.facebook.com/WorkNPlayChilliwack/