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Gorjuss gifting rolls out at Bentalls, Kingston

New Santoro shop in shop sets up in major department store including Gorjuss and Poppi loves gifts.

Santoro has teamed up with one of Fenwick’s key department stores – Bentalls in Kingston Upon Thames – for a special shop in shop in the run up to Christmas.

The offering includes gifting ideas spanning two of Santoro’s brands: Gorjuss and Poppi loves.

“We are delighted with the breadth of the Santoro displays in the Bentall Centre, Kingston Upon Thames, one of the largest department stores within the Fenwick family,” commented Jo Campbell, licensing manager at Santoro. “We cannot wait to see the positive impact our products will have on consumers as retail re-opens in the run up to Christmas.”

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