About Curtain & Bath Outlet:
The Ann & Hope - Curtain & Bath Outlet Internet store is the latest extension of one of the pioneers of discount retailing in America. In 1953, Irwin Chase and his father, Martin, opened their first store in an old textile mill in Cumberland, Rhode Island. The building and store were named after a ship, the Ann and Hope, which was lost at sea off of Block Island, Rhode Island in 1806.
The Company was built on the philosophy of buying large volumes of merchandise, and selling it at a discount. Since Ann and Hope's prices were very low, they had to have low operating expenses. As a result, the Chases implemented several innovations. One of those changes was the use of central checkouts that are now commonly found in most discount stores. Another was the use of shopping carts in a discount store setting.
They offer a wide variety of products in:
What I reviewed:
I received items from the Black and White Bath Collection. This collection really stood out for me because of the simple and clean cut design. The first thing I noticed about both products was the high quality used to produce them. The fabric used for the both the shower curtain and bath towel was thick and durable.
- Great items
- Reasonable prices with no comparize on quality.
- Good customer service
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For the giveaway:
Curtain & Bath Outlet is offering one reader a $25 credit for their online outlet (doesn't include tax/shipping&handling). Good Luck!
Disclosure: I received products for the purpose of an honest review. I did not receive any form of monetary compensation. All opinions are 100% mine.