Airport retail stores
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryPolished "beauty-on-the-go" boutiques expansion planned with three new locations slated to open in airports - including Newark, N.J. - by year end, founder Kristen Rhyne says. Company plans to open 25 stores nationwide by 2007, exec adds. The retail/salon concept first opened in Boston's Logan Airport in 2000 and expanded to Pittsburgh International Airport in March. Stores will range in size from 400- 1,200-sq. ft. and feature approximately 12 beauty brands including Givenchy, Michael Kors, L'Occitane and Molton Brown, as well as "quick serve" salon services such as manicures and massages. Polished also is entering strategic business partnerships to develop private label beauty items in airports, office buildings and hotels...
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