03 Sep 2018
Hamilton is located in South Lanarkshire where the River Clyde meets the River Avon and is steeped with history. Hamilton was historically known as Cadzow between the 6th century and 1445 until it was renamed after Lord Hamilton, husband to King James III’s sister, Mary.
Today, Hamilton is popular for its mausoleum, rich history and stunning parks and landscapes. But now it’s famous for something else… offering the expert foreign exchange service of eurochange!
eurochange Hamilton is located near Wilko and offers a variety of great services including selling and buying back over 70 currencies, Multi-Currency Cash Passport, Travellers Cheques, order online and collect in just 60 seconds, international payments and more.
Regent Shopping Centre is located in the centre of Hamilton is less than a ten minute walk from Hamilton Central train station. This makes it an ideal location for a quick trip to prepare for your holiday and buy your travel money.
Upon opening our Hamilton branch, Managing Director Giles Custerson said “After opening our 13th Scottish branch in February it’s fantastic to open our 14th so soon after. We’re looking forward to bringing our valuable foreign exchange service and customer service we’re known for to residents and visitors to Hamilton.”
The opening of the Hamilton branch has created new jobs in the area and we look forward to developing our new employees into experts in foreign currency. If you’d like to become one of our next Sales Advisors and further your career with us, check out the current vacancies on our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re in Hamilton over the next few weeks, pop in and don’t forget to pick up a leaflet for your chance to win £250 in a currency of your choice.
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