Reflections opens on Godfrey Nixon Road

Reflections opened 15 years ago as a small unit selling just a few items on a makeshift stand.


New Reflections has more in store: Managing Director Prentice Panton with Lenny Jackson at the opening of Reflections newest store. Photo: Jewel Levy

Toady Reflections has blossomed into a flourishing business with four operational stores in George Town.

Managing Director Prentice Panton said he never imaged the company would grow this big and so fast.

Reflections hosted a big customer appreciation and celebration party at the opening of its fourth store on Godfrey Nixon Road.

The owners moved into the new location three months ago from the Airport Road centre.

The store is chock a block with food and beverages, along with clothes and shoes, luggage, games electronics and tools. Mr. Panton said the company found that people needed the convenience of a one-stop-shop, so they combined the food store and part of the Mirco Centre store by bringing over lots of electronic and party items to the new location.

The store on Godfrey Nixon Drive has just about everything one needs for the home and personal outfitting. And the owners have ensured they carry just about everything when it comes to being prepared for hurrricane.

Some of the items that can be found at the store include lots of flashlights, coolers, bed mattresses, first aid kits, mini generators, and a new item, quadband phones featuring built in televisions.

Reflections has four stores, the liquor store on the corner of Eastern Avenue and Shedden Road, a complete food-for-less on McLendon Drive, Mirco Centre where changes are being made to enhance that store, and now at Godfrey Nixon Road.