Source: Promo | Wednesday, 09.10.2019.| 08:48
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Another famous brand to arrive to Krusevac Shopping Park

Nemanja Savcic and Jasmina Palurovic
The new shopping and entertainment destination in Krusevac and the Rasina District, Krusevac Shopping Park, which officially opened on September 26, 2019, has announced the long awaited opening of a New Yorker store. It will open on October 10, 2019, on which occasion it will offer special discounts to all visitors.

From October 10 through 13, there's a discount of RSD 500 on each purchase above RSD 2,500, whereas a discount of RSD 1,000 awaits those whose bill exceeds RSD 5,000. Furthermore, there is a surprise gift (until the stock runs out) for purchases above RSD 2,500.

But that's not all! Krusevac Shopping Park has also announced the opening of a store of the well known brand Sinsay, whose opening is planned for the second half of November 2019.

With over 300 parking spaces, an excellent combination of 17 well known local and international brands, such as LC Waikiki, Defacto, Orsay, Tom Tailor, Knjižare Vulkan and CCC, but also the well known Sport Vision, Planeta Sport, Pertini, Legend, Lilly and DM, the new shopping park offers footwear, clothes and other accessories, meeting various shopping needs and becoming a favorite shopping place for the citizens of Krusevac, but also the whole Rasina District.

The working hours are 10 am to 10 pm on working days and weekends, whereas the bistro is open between 8 am and 11 pm.

The new retail park is located in the southern part of Krusevac, at 37 Krfska Street, on the corner of Kneza Milosa Street and the Brus Road, a regional road which leads to Kopaonik. It is only 25 km away from the main state highway.

Right next to the shopping park is a retail chain which will make the offer more complete with its food products.

It is well known that Nepi Rockcastle's portfolio is Serbia also features the Shopping Center Kragujevac Plaza (GLA 22,292 m2) and the Shopping Center Promenada Novi Sad (GLA 49,000 m2), the largest shopping center in Serbia.
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