DENVER, Dec. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- It's Christmas Eve, and there's a giant French-door refrigerator next to the tree. Appliances are becoming one of the new gift items that are being given this holiday season. Imagine: the wife comes downstairs, and the refrigerator has been unboxed, polished up, and even gift-wrapped with a giant red bow.
Appliance sales are trending upwards, according to forecasts by IBM and other trend-watching organizations. Appliance Factory Outlet demonstrated record Black Friday sales, and in order to help customers make their present one to remember, are guaranteeing customers Christmas Eve delivery, with special gift-wrapping options.
"In order for Appliance Factory Outlet to fill the needs of our customers and really add to their Christmas, we are getting all hands on board to deliver appliances for Christmas Eve to make it a special present for the consumers," said Chuck Ewing, CEO.
The company says they are pulling out all the stops to do Christmas Eve delivery. Appliance Factory Outlet plans to put bows on the appliances, wrap them, and offer special installation packages to provide that special Christmas for their customers in Colorado.
Christmas Eve delivery is available for customers from all ten Appliance Factory Outlet locations throughout Colorado, including Grand Junction, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and seven locations in Denver.
The increase in sales has been a result of the consumer's desire to update the modern home. Induction cooking has gained recent popularity, as has re-doing the kitchen and other areas of the home. People are spending more time in the kitchen as the central room of the house and also focusing more on the decor of the laundry room.
SOURCE Appliance Factory Outlet