Jill Hawkes


Leon'’s furniture stores have been around for almost a hundred years. Today the franchise has over fifty-nine locations across the country and is approaching one billion dollars in sales. They continue to provide Canadian families with high-quality, brand name appliances, electronics and furniture. The Truro store opened its doors almost two years ago as the first and only Leon's on Native land. Whether you are looking for the latest electronic gadget or a new living room set, Leon's will guarantee the lowest price. If you find something you like in their impressive showroom, you can have it in your home the same day. Leon's keeps everything from the showroom stocked in their warehouse, and they’ll deliver the product to your house and put it right where you want it. Their service area spans from the Cape Breton Causeway to the New Brunswick border, and if you have any problems with Leon's' products one of their full-time service employees will come right to your house to repair it. You can visit the Leon'’s website at http://www.leons.ca.

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