Unicomer (St. Lucia) Limited announced that it has closed its Courts (furniture and appliance) stores effective January 22nd in compliance with the COVID-19 Emergency Protocols issued by the Saint Luica Government. In light of the mandate, the Courts Castries, Marisule, Vieux Fort and Soufriere locations will be closed during the emergency lockdown period.
Mr. Vincent Gordon, Managing Director, OECS Unicomer, explained, “With the increase in the amount of COVID-19 cases, we understand the Government’s plan to control the spread. The action to close our Courts’ locations is in support of the protocols and as good corporate citizens, we too must do our part to ensure that our communities remain safe. However, during this period and in a safe manner, we will provide remote support to our customers through our call center and via our online service to ensure that they receive the quality of service they’ve grown to appreciate from the Courts’ family.”
During the lockdown period, Courts’ customers can continue to shop online at: www.shopcourts.com/stlucia from the safety of their homes and enjoy up to 20% off furniture, appliances and housewares for a limited period. All orders booked during the lockdown will be delivered FREE of charge to our patrons. Customers requiring special or emergency assistance or technical support, may call the Customer Care Center at 457-8100 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, and 8:30 am – 5:30 pm on Saturdays. For remote technical support or emergencies, customers can call the Servitech Emergency Helpline at 285-3549 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, and 8:30 am – 5:30 pm on Saturdays.
“We are All Essential in this fight against COVID-19. As leaders in the business community, we will do our part to assist the Government in its efforts to keep our staff, their families, and indeed the people of Saint Lucia safe. This can only be done when everyone does the essential to control the spread of the virus to preserve life, health and the economy. Similarly, every single person is essential in the fight – and we will win when everyone practices the safety protocols.”