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Mon, 17 Sept 2018

TUMI Opens First Duty Free Pop-Up Store in Middle East

TUMI has opened its first duty free pop-up store in the Middle East.

The pop-up store at Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Qatar, includes a TUMI embossing machine so that passengers can have their TUMI purchases personalised. Passengers will be able to emboss their initials free of charge on any TUMI product they buy.

TUMI has opened its first duty free pop-up store in the Middle East. The pop-up store at Hamad International Airport (HIA) in Qatar, includes a TUMI embossing machine so that passengers can have their TUMI purchases personalised. Passengers will be able to emboss their initials free of charge on any TUMI product they buy. Click to enlarge.

TUMI Middle East Business Head, Mr. Shaheen Jamil, said, “We are pleased to partner with Qatar Duty Free to launch our latest pop-up store, giving travellers the opportunity to experience our brand exclusively and personalise their products with the TUMI embossing machine. This is the first time we have launched a pop-up concept in partnership with a duty free retailer in the Middle East, and we are delighted to be showcasing our best selection of new season products at Qatar Duty Free.”

QDF boasts more than 90 boutiques and luxury, high-end stores, as well as more than 30 restaurants and cafés covering an area of 40,000 square metres at HIA.

Other luxury brands also available at the airport include Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Bvlgari, Hermès, Hugo Boss, Moncler, Rolex and Harrods.

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