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Zavvi and LEGO team for exclusive pop-up store

Online retailer, Zavvi has teamed up with The LEGO Group on the opening of an exclusive pop-up store for adults at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.

Running from 9 December until 1 February 2022, the store will contain a broad selection of LEGO products.

Zavvi will present LEGO sets from four key ‘passion points’ – gaming, entertainment, art and design and vehicles – with products including bestsellers LEGO Harry Potter, LEGO Star Wars and LEGO architecture sets.

“Zavvi will make a fantastic addition to the Trafford Centre this Christmas, and we’ve no doubt their range of LEGO sets will prove really popular with visitors looking to experience LEGO’s gifts and products for themselves firsthand,” commented Zoe Inman, creative director for the Trafford Centre.

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