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Clas Ohlson store with parking spaces for boats

The Amfi shopping centre in Farsund has direct access to the waterfront with parking for boats. Photo: Odd H. Vanebo, Retailmagasinet

The Amfi shopping centre in Farsund has direct access to the waterfront with parking for boats. Photo: Odd H. Vanebo, Retailmagasinet

Clas Ohlson has now opened a store in Norway with "parking spaces" for boats. The Swedish company has opened a new store in the city of Farsund. Situated in the Amfi shopping centre, the store has direct access to the waterfront with parking for boats, which is especially popular among cabin owners in the area.

"The people of Farsund are proud of their city and their centre. Other stores that have opened in this centre say that the people of Farsund shop locally. There is a sense of pride, but also toll roads surround the city. This also contributes to local shopping," says country manager Geir Hoff.

Clas Ohlson's new store has a retail area of approximately 1 000 m². The catchment area is approximately 18 000 inhabitants and 2 000 cabin owners. The centre offers boat parking for 100 to 200 boats.

| 7 June 2017


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