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It's a centaury for Loot, launches 100th store in Bangalore
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May '09
The Loot, India's leading multi brand retail store, announces the launch of its 100th store in Bangalore – New Bel Road.

What's special about this store? This store is the 100th store launched by The Loot and is sized at 4000 sq ft (four thousand) and is located on one of the best streets of Bangalore. Not only is this store accessible to every shopper but it also gives every shopper the best in the market and at recession friendly prices.

Why this is special for The Loot? At the time of recession when a majority of the retailers are looking at major cut downs in their budgets and expansion plans – The Loot is working at making major investments and expansion plans.

Aim for doing so? The Loot believes at providing the best of merchandise and services to its current and potential consumers at affordable prices. With the economy moving downhill at an aggressive pace, it's only right for The Loot to provide the best to its consumers and at attractive affordable prices. The secret of the success of The Loot has been - guaranteed quality at affordable prices.

On the occasion of launching of the 100th successful operational store, Mr. Jay Gupta mentioned that – “While most retail stores are looking at reducing cost, we at The Loot are looking at using this opportunity to reach out to people who need stores like The Loot to shop at.”

Why Bangalore? The Loot truly believes that Bangalore is a large market and that there is a lot of scope for retail outlet like The Loot.

“Bangalore consumer will be the biggest beneficiary of The Loot at the time when other retailers are forced to reduce their price points at this time of economic slowdown. The Loot has been following this format from the very start. It only goes to prove that The Loot is a leader when it comes to top quality at lower costs.” – says Mr. Jay Gupta MD, The Loot.

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