Best Buy Revamps Just In Time For The Holiday Shopping Season #BestBuySanFran
With a house full of teenagers, and a toddler back in the 90’s, a new store came to Santa Rosa that helped to keep us all up-to-date on all the latest technology. I cannot count the number of times, Best Buy saved the day for us over and over again. Technology and times have changed, the toddler is grown and away at college and the teenagers have children of their own but the one thing that has remained a constant in our lives is that when it comes to our technological needs, it’s still Best Buy to the rescue.
From the first moment the doors of the Santa Rosa Market Place Best Buy store opened, the one thing I came to depend on was their first class customer service, great prices, and their willingness to stand behind every product they sell.
Times have changed, as has the look of our store over the years but the one thing that remains is their commitment to their customers, and always being on the forefront of the latest in today’s market-not an easy task with today’s ever-changing technological advances.
With the holiday shopping season here, of course it was Best Buy that I headed to in order to complete my gift-giving list. If you haven’t been to a Best Buy in the San Francisco Bay area lately, it’s definitely time for you to see how the store we’ve come to depend on has undergone a revitalization project like no other in order to bring us everything we could possible want for our homes and more.
Best Buy has made a number of enhancements to my very own Santa Rosa store just in time for the holiday shopping season and in all the company has invested $10 million dollars over the summer remodeling all 21 San Francisco stores in the area. Each store has been refreshed with new fixtures and finishes – from new paint and lighting to updated carpeting and bathrooms to make for a better customer shopping experience.
New Shopping Areas
New store features now provide customers with more choice in appliances, a best-in-class home theater shopping experience and new shopping areas from top brands.
The store appliances departments have expanded to include a larger variety of both large and small appliances. The Santa Rosa store in particular now features one of eight San Francisco Pacific Kitchen & Home stores, where customers can get premium brands like Wolf, Viking, Miele and Bosch. For customers looking for a truly custom kitchen, shoppers can work with a Pacific Sales representative to design an entire space.
Aside from all of this, I know that when I am shopping at my local Best Buy, I am supporting my community as well. Not many people know this but since1995, Best Buy has invested nearly $300 million in our communities. Their community commitment and their focus on giving to programs that leverage technology to inspire and engage teens and help them prepare for college and careers is like no other retailer I know. In the San Francisco Bay area, Best Buy has partnered with many organizations that help to bridge the gap in digital literacy and help teens develop 21st century skills to prepare for the future.
This holiday season, whether you’re looking for help to redesign your home, update your media center, searching for the perfect Christmas gift for the Star Wars fan in your life or in need of those small, day to day appliances that make your life easier, why not head over to your neighborhood Best Buy.
It’s the store you’ve come to depend on over the years, and the one that will be there for you for many years to come.
Disclosure: I been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card for this review but all opinions expressed here are strictly my own.