Old British supermarket chain Beyond Retro is expanding its Gothenburg store portfolio. In addition to second-hand premises in Arkaden in Brunnsparken, Gothenburg people will now also be able to purchase second-hand Beyond Retro clothing on Frölunda Torg, the company announced via the social media platform Instagram.
“Frölunda, GBG, Bästkusten – Work clothes in wear, our strongest employees combined! For … 21/12 at 10 our newborn is born,” the company writes in the comment to the Instagram post.
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Acquires the 300 square meter Jenspolajet buildings
Center director Anders Strand says Beyond Retro’s entry to the Frölunda Torg is fun.
– It will be the first Frölunda Torg focused second-hand shop. So of course it is very welcome.
From Tuesday, customers will find the store on the ground floor in the middle of the central hall in the building where Jenspolaget once resided. According to Anders Strand, the demand for sustainable shopping is great.
Carousel shopping is something our customers demand, and to then be able to offer one of the biggest companies in the sector, we are very pleased.
After its premiere at Frölunda Torg, the British clothing chain will be present in a total of thirteen locations in Sweden and the United Kingdom.
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