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Shoppers Stop opens 50th store in India at Bangalore

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Departmental store chain, Shoppers Stop, has opened its 50th store in India at Gopalan Signature Towers, Bangalore. This is the company’s sixth store in Bangalore. Spread over 56,000 sq.ft. across three levels, the new outlet stocks Indian and international brands such as UCB, Jack & Jones, Austin Reed, US Polo, Mustang, Forever New. Exclusive brands of the retailer such as Stop, Kashish, Life, Haute Curry, Elliza Donatein, inSense’, iJeanswear, Mario Zegnoti and Vettorio Fratini are also available at the new store.

The ground level stocks cosmetics, perfumes, artificial and fine jewellery, handbags, footwear, personal accessories such as sunglasses and watches; and women’s Indian wear. Ladies western wear, kids’ apparel, bookstore and home decor are available on the first floor while the second floor offers men’s apparel.

Speaking on the occasion, Govind Shrikhande – Customer Care Associate and Managing Director, Shoppers Stop, said: “It is with immense pride and pleasure that we inaugurate our 50th store in India. This momentous occasion is even more special for us since we have just crossed our twentieth year of fashion retailing. This store also marks our sixth store in Bengaluru. We have a sizeable base of loyal customers in this city who form a significant part of our 2.3 million base of First Citizen members.”

Shoppers Stop’s First Citizen Loyalty programme has over 2.3 million members across the country. Under this scheme, customers get privileges such as facility to redeem their reward points directly at the cash counter, exclusive cash counters for Golden Glow members and sales preview.

Shoppers Stop has 50 stores with over 2.5 million sq.ft. area (including 2 airport stores) in 22 cities viz. Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Amritsar, Bengaluru (6 stores), Bhopal, Chennai (3 stores), Delhi (5 stores), Durgapur, Gurgaon, Ghaziabad, Hyderabad (4 stores), Indore, Jaipur (2 stores), Kolkata (3 stores), Latur, Lucknow, Mumbai (9 stores), Mysore, Noida, Pune (4 stores), Siliguri and Vijayawada.

-IndiaRetailing Bureau

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