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Turtle creates footprints at 1000 retail points across 400 cities
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Oct '08
Turtle, one of the leading menswear apparel brands is now available at 1000 retail points spread across 400 cities. This is in keeping with the company's strategy to establish a pan Indian presence and image and allowing its esteemed customers to shop at their own convenience and chosen stores.

Turtle is readily available at all leading national stores such as Central, Globus, India Bulls, Pantaloons, Shopper's Stop in addition to its own stores under the Turtle World tag in cities such as Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Kolkata, Surat, Vadodara, Varanasi and more. (PLS RE CHK CITY LISTS). With the ongoing retail expansion, there are now more than 26 exclusive Turtle Worlds across the country.

On achieving the significant milestone of establishing 1000 retail points, Mr. Amit Ladsaria, Director Turtle Ltd., remarks, “In keeping with our brand name, we have been growing steadily and surely and are really overwhelmed by the ever encouraging customer response.”

Recently, Turtle has also forayed into the space of electronic media with television commercials across leading national and regional channels. The TVC has been developed by Rediffusion DYR and considerably multiplies their advertisement spends.

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