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DROP THE HAMMER GROWING FAST

Specialist megastore Drop the Hammer (DTH), located at Carrington Gateway near the Trafford Centre in Greater Manchester, aims to established itself as the UK’s leading powersports retailer.

Partners Ben Gould and Neil Worsley have invested £5m in the business, which sells off-road and road motorcycles, scooters, ATVs, ORVs and personal watercraft from a vast 20,000 sq ft showroom. It stocks a range of brands, including BRP, KTM, Honda, Centurion, Quadzilla and Zero. These are backed by full workshop facilities. 

Having created 18 jobs so far, there will be more to follow later this year with a hospitality offering. “We are looking to take this further over the coming months as we prepare to open up an in-store café and provide regular events on-site for our customers,” explains Gould.

Commenting on the scale of this venture, Worsley added: “We wanted to give our customers a unique retail experience, creating that wow factor as soon as they walk through the door. Our focus is completely on the customer. We are in the process of finalising a sector-leading website and have a number of places where customers can test the products.”

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