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GBV offers outstanding inventory of swimwear fashions in Cambridge
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May '09
Groupe Bikini Village inc opens a brand-new store in Cambridge Centre, in Ontario. The new Bikini Village store at Cambridge Centre, which reflects the chain's modern new retail look, will offer the industry's widest choice of swimwear, beachwear and accessories, 12 months a year.

"With the opening of our new store in Cambridge Centre, our customers from Cambridge and the surrounding communities will have even more convenient access to our outstanding inventory of all the latest in swimwear fashions, in the bright and welcoming environment we are increasingly known for," said Yves Simard, President and CEO of Groupe Bikini Village inc.

"Ontario's hot and humid summers make for perfect pool and beach weather - and Bikini Village stores like our new location at Cambridge Centre offer everything you need to make the most of it, from swimwear, to cover-ups, to beach bags, footwear, and even special laundry soap to keep your swimsuit looking new."

Bikini Village stores offer a wide range of popular brands including Roxy, Billabong, Hurley, Christina, Gottex Profile, O'Neill, Guess and Body Glove, to name only a few of them. No other retailer offers as vast a selection of swimsuits, beach and vacation accessories, and cruisewear.

Our retail renovation and expansion strategy we undertook two years ago continues to build momentum with our customers, who are showing their appreciation by increasingly choosing to shop at Bikini Village," said Mr. Simard. "We are delighted to be establishing our presence at Cambridge Centre in time for the busy summer season, and look forward to continuing with our retail renovations and expansion in the months ahead".

Groupe Bikini Village inc

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