Exposure Electronics remains open for business and available to help

PRESS RELEASE

With the UK Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March ordering the temporary closure of electronics retailers, and with worldwide distribution of all non-essential products being seriously curtailed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, British hi-fi brand Exposure is keen to continue to be of service to audiophiles and music lovers during these difficult and uncertain times.

Says Sales & Production Manager Andy Sinden, “We have closed our main office and factory in order to fully respect national social distancing guidelines and to prioritise the wellbeing of our team members. However, the good news is that we have moved our operations to home-working which means that we remain very much ready, willing and able to do business.”

“I have today been in touch with all of our excellent distributors and dealers to let them know that we still have good stocks of our products in place, and are available to take and ship orders to our customers in the UK and worldwide. Orders, customer service and other correspondence may take a little more time to respond to as we adjust to new ways of working, but you can rest assured that we’re here and we’re listening.”

“To all of our distributors, dealers, partners and customers worldwide, we send you our very best wishes from everyone here at Exposure.”

www.exposurehifi.com

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PRESS RELEASE Exposure Electronics remains open for business and available to help