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First Official All Blacks Store to open at Auckland Airport

9 April 2018

First Official All Blacks Store to open at Auckland Airport

Auckland Airport has announced today that New Zealand Rugby will open the country’s first Official All Blacks Store this month.

Richard Barker, Auckland Airport’s general manager retail and commercial, says the new store will be an exciting addition to the airport’s retail hub.

“We’re delighted Auckland Airport will be the home of New Zealand’s first Official All Blacks Store. The All Blacks are New Zealand’s premier sports team and current back-to-back world champions. Their values and success are a perfect fit for our retail goal of providing customers with the best of New Zealand and the world. This new store will ensure travellers can purchase popular All Blacks memorabilia before they travel overseas.”

“The Official All Blacks Store is the first of many new retail stores that Auckland Airport will announce this year as part of the upgrade of our international departure experience,” says Mr Barker.

The Official All Blacks store will open on Monday 9 April. It will be located on Level 1 of Auckland Airport’s international terminal building, before the new customs and security screening area. This location allows the store to be visited by both travelling passengers and the public.

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