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H&M to hand out gift cards to first customers in Riga

10.09.2012

On September 15, Swedish clothing retail company ''Hennes and Mauritz'' (H&M) will open its first store in Latvia at the ''Galerija Centrs'' shopping arcade in Old Town Riga, the business information portal ''Nozare.lv'' was informed by the company.

On September 15, Swedish clothing retail company ''Hennes and Mauritz'' (H&M) will open its first store in Latvia at the ''Galerija Centrs'' shopping arcade in Old Town Riga, the business information portal ''Nozare.lv'' was informed by the company.

The H&M shop will hand out gifts cards worth LVL 100 on opening day to the first 10 persons in line. Furthermore, the shop will hand out a further 300 gift cards worth LVL 15 to the next persons to enter the new shop.

The unveiling of the H&M store at ''Galerija Centrs'' will take place at 11:00 a.m.

The second H&M shop will be opened at the ''Alfa'' shopping mall on September 29.

The H&M shop at the ''Alfa'' shopping mall will be located on two-floors, whilst the H&M shop at the ''Galerija Centrs'' mall will be located on three-floors.

Each store will be about 2,000 square-meters large.

The shops will offer buyers a wide range of women's, men's and children's clothing.

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