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The Loop Duty Free NZ opens new store

THE LOOP DUTY FREE NEW ZEALAND’S NEWEST STORE HAS LANDED

Leading duty-free retailer, The Loop Duty Free New Zealand, is celebrating the launch of their new look departures store at Auckland International Airport.

As part of on-going developments at Auckland Airport, The Loop Duty Free is introducing a brand-new departures store, with the first phase of the store now open to customers.

Passengers departing from Auckland Airport can expect a premium shopping experience as The Loop Duty Free continues to offer the best in luxury brands including duty free favorites across liquor, fragrance, skincare & cosmetics, technology, confectionery and more.

Tom Byrne, General Manager, The Loop Duty Free, New Zealand said; “With phase one of the airport’s renovations now complete, this was a great opportunity for The Loop Duty Free to create a fantastic new look. We opened our first store in New Zealand just under two years ago and we believe this brand new store will set a new benchmark for excellence in duty free retailing. We are extremely proud of it.”

“We have worked closely with our suppliers to ensure their brands are presented in a way that resonates with shoppers. We are delighted that passengers travelling out of Auckland International Airport will be able to experience a fantastic offering in a striking new store.”

Tom Bryne is quick to praise The Loop Duty Free team who were extremely facilitating and helpful in making this move possible.

“A move of this nature in a 24/7 duty free operation required significant planning and organisation from our team. It was great to see so many hands on deck and everyone rolling up their sleeves and getting involved.”

Travellers departing from Auckland International Airport are being encouraged to ‘Loop Right’ to find the new store.

The final stage of renovations will be completed in December 2017.

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