The forty-minute official ceremony launching the new outlet located on the Stanfas Street , Komkomlemle, near the Procredit Savings and Loans Office, will begins 7pm.
The event will be studded with dignitaries from foreign emissaries and business professionals. An auction of the collection nicknamed “the Presidential Shoes” will be held during the launch. Proceeds from the auction is to go into training needy but skilled shoe makers under the Horseman Apprentice Project.
Horseman Shoes, the indigenous shoe manufacturer has for the past four years been committed to serving Ghanaians with high quality standard products from a small workshop in Kumasi, from which it has served a cross-section of clientèle across the country delivering on request and to specification.
The CEO, Tonyi Senayah, indicated that the expansion was to improve clients’ access to the company’s products. The move, he said, was necessitated by need to satisfy high demand from clients. He hinted the opening of the next outlet in Kumasi soon.