George at Asda
The well known value clothing brand George at Asda was launched by the large supermarket chain Asda in 1990, and by 2005 it was estimated to be the fourth largest clothing retailer in the United Kingdom. The name Asda came to be when in 1963 former butchers, the Asquith brothers decided to open a self service supermarket. This proved successful and a further 2 supermarkets swiftly followed but with the extra workload of running 3 supermarket, they approached a company called Associated Dairies to run the butchery departments. The offer was accepted and the name Asquith and Dairies became ASDA.
By the 1970's Asda stores were growing rapidly and they started to acquire purpose built Superstores, usually located in out of town locations due to their size, with attached petrol stations. By this time Asda supermarkets were still only based in the north of England and the huge and costly decision to move south was made. By the mid 1980's, with a big dent in company finances and competition from the other large supermarket chains, Asda decided a drastic change was needed. So came about the smart new green logo we know today and the drab colour scheme and artexed walls were given a total re-vamp with plain walls and softer colours.
George departments can be found in Asda stores across the country and stock a fantastic range of good value clothing and homeware. Their clothing options include Menswear, Womanswear, Lingerie, Kids & Baby and School Uniforms and Accessories. Their homeware department offers just about everything you could think of throughout the home and garden.
Shipping & Delivery
With so many gift choices in George departments, why not take advantage of their delivery service which includes mainland Spain. Unfortunately items such as homeware, Disney, toys, lingerie and baby equipment cannot be delivered outside the UK. Delivery to Spain takes 3-5 working days and costs £10.00