老域名出售_老站交易_高PR域名

外链老域名

New store has more space for Cotton On

COTTON On’s move to a larger store in Burnie’s main street has been delayed until late April.
老域名

The Australian-owned clothing store is taking over the lease of the former site of Chickenfeed in Wilson Street. It was originally scheduled to be operational in September.

A spokesperson for the Cotton On group said the move had been delayed due to building works.

The current store in the Centro complex is 250 square metres, and the new site with Wilson Street frontage is 700 square metres.

The store will be the second largest in Tasmania, second to Devonport.

MOVE DELAYED: The Wilson St store will be Cotton On’s second largest in Tasmania. Picture: Rachel Cocard.

Cotton On store design manager Grace Lim said the new store would follow the company’s new brand platform.

Mrs Lim said the store would create a more modern and updated look and offer customers an integrated shopping experience.

“Innovative design elements of the new Burnie store include exposed timber, concrete panels and brick,” she said.

“The store will also feature a specific denim destination area for both men and women.”

The new store will include Cotton On for both men and women, Rubi Shoes, Cotton On Body, and Cotton On Kids in the one building.

A spokesperson for the company said a handful of new staff had been recruited to manage the larger team.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on 老域名.

posted by admin in 老域名 and have Comments Off on New store has more space for Cotton On

Comments are closed.