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The LOOT opens its 29th store in Mumbai
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Feb '08
With the opening of its first store in 2004, The LOOT, pioneers of value retailing in India, proudly open their 29th store in Mumbai the business capital of India.

The LOOT store first opened in Malad closely followed by Mahim. Last of the store launch was at Sion. (Each store being 4,000 sq.ft) The Loot has added 12,000 sq ft. of additional space to its kitty. All these The LOOT stores are located nearest to the shopping hubs.

Each LOOT store is designed around a centralized theme that advertises the bargain or steals that are up for grabs by their customers.

The scandalous décor of the stores displaying the vacuum pick up on the entrance doors to the jailor cells changing rooms. The center grab your weapon display in each store further establishes the criminal feel of stealing from the brands via the LOOT.

If you require any further persuasion then a glance around the store with the 'Bad Man of Bollywood' – Gulshan Grover being adamant on quality dressing at inexpensive prices. The stores are intricately designed emphasizing on the architecture and exterior of these stores.

The LOOT store stocks brands like Kappa, Bossini, Adidas, Nike, CAT, ID, Spykar, Tuscan Verve, Bus Stop, W, Welspun, Puma, Reebok, Eccentrics, Fila, Umbro, New Balance, Van Huesen, Mercedes, Allen Solly, Allen Solly – women, Arrow, Lee, Lee Cooper, Wrangler, Pepe Jeans, Parx, Park Avenue, Blackberry's, Rifle, Ragz jeans, Recap, SF jeans all at discountsin the range of 25% to 60% all 365 days of the year.


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