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Apple store opens in York - save 10% on new Macs

Apple Premium Reseller Stormfront is opening its 10th retail store in York

Apple Premium Reseller Stormfront is to open a store in the heart of York city centre on Saturday 16 April.

To celebrate the store opening, Stormfront is offering customers 10 per cent off all Macs and iPods purchased or ordered that weekend.

Stormfront's York store is located at 18 - 20 Spurriergate, YO1 9QR and will open at 11am on Saturday 16 April.

Stormfront was established in November 2007 with the launch its first Apple Premium Reseller store in Plymouth. The York store is Stormfront's tenth Apple retail outlet and its first store in the north of England. The opening of the York store has created new ten jobs for the city, says Stormfront.

The company claims it is the UK's largest Apple Premium Reseller (APR). It has stores in Cornwall, Canterbury, Salisbury, Bury St Edmunds and more.

As well as being an Apple Premium Reseller, Stormfront was appointed an Apple Solution Expert in Education in 2010. The Stormfront Education team works with schools and colleges near its stores.

Stormfront also runs a 'personaltrainer' programme. For £79 a year, members can book an unlimited number of sessions with dedicated in-store trainers. There are now over 130 courses to choose from including Office 2011, Getting to know your new Mac, Getting the most from iLife, and Working with iWork. Customers can become personaltrainer members with Stormfront even if they have purchased their Mac elsewhere.


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