COVENTRY’S LOWER PRECINCT WELCOMES TRIO OF NEW STORES

Coventry’s premier shopping destination, Lower Precinct, has welcomed three brand new retailers just in time for the festive rush. National fashion footwear retailer Schuh, will be joined by unique stationary and gift store, Tiger, as well as specialist card makers Pick A Card.

Fashion footwear retailer, Schuh have taken a step in the right direction with the opening of their first Coventry store in Lower Precinct earlier last month. Schuh brings the latest in men’s, women’s and kids footwear styles to the city as well as well-recognised brands such as Nike, Converse, Vans and more. The store is a great addition to Lower Precinct and will sit alongside the centre’s established brands, H&M, New Look and Pandora.

Unique lifestyle store, Tiger is also sinking its claws into Coventry’s retail scene. With over 500 stores across the globe, Tiger brings a variety of funky gadgets, fun homeware products and quirky office accessories to Lower Precinct. The store also has a wide range of cool kids toys and playful stationary – making it the perfect place to get those Christmas stocking fillers.

Finally, greeting cards specialist, Pick A Card have landed in Lower Precinct just in time for the Christmas rush. From festive cards to snazzy gift wrap, Pick A Card have got everything you need in order to get wrapped up for Christmas.

Nicola Cormell, centre manager at Lower Precinct, comments:

“We are delighted to welcome Schuh, Tiger and Pick A Card to Lower Precinct. All three retailers are such a great addition to the centre, and will help us ensure that Lower Precinct continues to be the place to shop in Coventry over the festive period.”

The new stores join Lower Precinct’s existing retail offer, which comprises 25% of Coventry city centre’s shopping. Welcoming around 200,000 shoppers each week the precinct is home to brands including Next, H&M, New Look, Select, The Entertainer, Pandora, F Hinds, Clarks, Lush, Carphone Warehouse, Caffe Nero, and Pizza Hut, and many more. To find out more visit lowerprecinct.com.

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