Flying Tiger Copenhagen reopens Danish stores
May 01, 2020
From tomorrow, the Danes are again able shop in Flying Tiger Copenhagen’s brick-and-mortar store. The retail chain looks forward to welcoming back their customers to all street stores in Denmark.
As the corona crisis hit Denmark in the beginning of March, Flying Tiger Copenhagen quickly and voluntarily decided to close all their Danish stores. This was done to protect customers and store employees. Now that Denmark is gradually reopening, Flying Tiger Copenhagen will do the same and will on May 1 open 37 out of 69 stores.
”Now that the corona virus is under control and society is gradually reopening, we will do the same. And we are very excited to see our customers again, and we have prepared our stores to be safe and comfortable to visit for our customers and for our colleagues to work in”, Martin Jermiin, CEO in Flying Tiger Copenhagen.
The first stores will open already tomorrow, while the rest of the street stores will follow on Monday. At the same time, the chain is launching a ”Nice To See You Again” campaign, which offers 50 percent discount on selected products as well as other initiatives that will make the customer feel welcome and cared for.
32 Flying Tiger Copenhagen stores not yet open as they are placed in Danish malls, that are still closed by the Danish authorities.
It is still possible to shop on the Flying Tiger Copenhagen webshop www.flyingtiger.com, where there’s currently high demand on DIY and creativity products that gathers the whole family.
About Flying Tiger Copenhagen
• Founded in 1988 by Lennart Lajboschitz, today Martin Jermiin is CEO
• Revenue for 2018 equals DKK 5.6 billion
• Introduces 300 new products each month
• Counts more than 6,000 employees globally
• 950+ stores in 29 countries and in 3 continents (Europe, Asia and USA)
• 72 stores in Denmark (by the end of 2019)
• Offers everything from party items, home decor, children toys, gadgets, gift ideas to prize winning design.
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