Bianca Amor's Liquidation Supercentre is a 100% Canadian owned business, founded by Bianca Amor Wakeford and we have been in business for over 15 years. Working hard to bring you the biggest brands and best quality items at the best price possible. We currently have 10 large retail locations located throughout Western Canada to serve you. (click on STORE LOCATIONS to get the address closest to you)
Recently the BIANCAS.CA website was opened to handle online sales throughout Canada. So now, no matter where you or your friends and family live, you can enjoy access to the great deals at Bianca Amor's Liquidation Supercentre.
Our motto is " Every visit is an adventure" - we hope that you will find something unexpected every time you visit us regardless of whether it is online or in store. This may be an item you've been looking for and could not find anywhere, it may be something you didn't even know you needed or just a great brand name item at an amazing price that you cannot resist buying it!
We Strive to bring you the most competitive pricing (30%-50% lower than our competitors) on the items you want and need. Many times, we even beat our competitors by 80%-90%. The best part is - we always pass along our savings to you. As a result of this, our regular customers have learned from past experience that they don't need to hesitate when they find an item they like in our store. The price is always right. And the possibility of finding it cheaper elsewhere is almost impossible.
Because of logistics (such as shipping) our online store and retail brick and mortar stores will carry a variety of different items. So, make sure you continue to check back in store and online.
Teen CEO brings business to Regina (The Leader-Post)
Tom McMillan, The Leader-Post
Published: Wednesday, July 04, 2007
When most girls were worrying about boys and dolls, Bianca Amor was pondering overhead and inventory.
At the tender age of 13, Amor launched her first Bianca Amor’s Liquidation Supercentre, a store that offers a variety of household products at discount prices. On Tuesday, the teenage CEO visited Regina to help open the latest branch in her swelling discount chain.
“People are little shocked when they learn my age,”said Amor, now 19. “But I love what I’m doing and I’m pretty good at it.”
Liquidation Supercentre is a discount store selling everything from rugs to tools to samurai swords. Unlike other discount chains, the store does not depend on buying inventory from bankrupt companies. Instead, the low prices are achieved by largely buying in bulk from overseas suppliers.Discount stores may seem struggle territory for teenage girls, but Amor said she’s been preparing for t her whole life.