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Largest Dutch Mango store will be in Almere

Largest Dutch Mango store will be in Almere

Spanish fashion chain Mango will open an 800 sqm store in the Dutch city of Almere in March, specifically in Cityhall Almere. This new store will instantly become the largest Dutch store within the company's network.

Large children's department

Alongside the usual women's collections, the sports and underwear collections will be well-represented in the store. On top of that, the Mango store in Almere will have a large children's department with a focus on its new "Baby's" label among other things.

 

Pere Rius Costa, Mango's area manager, said he was delighted with the company's choice for Almere: "The large store space and the auspiciously high front in our new location are perfect for the extended collections we will sell. We also expect the people of Almere, with its high number of children, will approve of the large children's department.

 

Mango, founded in 1984 in Spain, currently has more than 2,800 stores in over 100 countries worldwide.

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