Further growth for Designer Outlet Roermond

Designer Outlet Roermond expects to break its own record number of visitors for the year. For the first time the village with discounted branded goods expects over four million visitors. That would make the shopping center the biggest outlet center in The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg and Germany.

The figures were announced at the opening of the third phase of shops for Designer Outlet Roermond, adding thirty shops to bring the total up to 150. The shopping center is now 35.000 square meters in size, exacly double the amound from the time of opening in 2001.

Burberry, with a 600 square meter store, is the most important new tennant. According to the figures released the majority of visitors are German, 36 percent are from Holland, with Belgium adding 8 percent of customers. Roermond is close to the German border.

Designer Outlet Roermond expects to break its own record number of visitors for the year. For the first time the village with discounted branded goods expects over four million visitors. That would make the shopping center the biggest outlet center in The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxemburg and Germany.

The figures were announced at the opening of the third phase of shops for Designer Outlet Roermond, adding thirty shops to bring the total up to 150. The shopping center is now 35.000 square meters in size, exacly double the amound from the time of opening in 2001.

Burberry, with a 600 square meter store, is the most important new tennant. According to the figures released the majority of visitors are German, 36 percent are from Holland, with Belgium adding 8 percent of customers. Roermond is close to the German border.

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