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'MNG by Mango' opens at San Francisco International Airport
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Mar '08
HMSHost, a world leader in travel shopping and dining, and Mango, the Spanish designer apparel brand, announced the opening of the first MNG by Mango store in a U.S. airport, at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The opening of MNG by Mango in SFO's Terminal 3 is part of a retail concession contract awarded to HMSHost by the Airport Commission last year.

“San Francisco International Airport, like the city it serves, is a fertile test market for new ideas,” said John L. Martin, director, San Francisco International Airport. “We awarded HMSHost this contract because of the company's track record of bringing innovative airport concepts to market. MNG by Mango gives our passengers more of the shopping choices they want where they have come to expect them.”

MNG by Mango carries chic, affordable women's clothing and accessories designed by Penelope and Monica Cruz. The new store is located in the Terminal 3, Concourse F hub across from the food court.

“We brought MNG by Mango to the airport environment in the U.S. because it delivers the retail experience that American travelers demand: style and fast fashion at reasonable prices,” said Joan Ryzner, senior vice president of retail for HMSHost. “We paired SFO and Mango because of the Bay Area's international flair, spirit and affinity for the brand.”

Sophisticated and edgy, MNG by Mango offers the hottest European fashions in a sleek, easy-to-browse setting perfect for today's busy travelers. Designed for the modern woman, styles range from classic basics such as simple tees, trousers, jeans and trench coats to swimwear, elegant evening dresses and avant-garde ensembles. Many pieces of the seasonal collections are limited editions.

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