Tobar expands into new retail concessions

‘These concessions are just the start, and you will see over the next few months further enterprise, not only in travel and leisure, but in other areas of the market,’ says Tobar’s David Mordecai.
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Tobar is expanding its retail concessions into new travel and leisure retailers.

So far, the firm has launched 11 franchises across Beales department stores, as well as five in Edinburgh Woolen Mills across Scotland, England and Wales.

Each store boasts a variety of outdoor toys, including R/C Ferraris and Cyclone 360.

Plus, a selection of wooden toys and the iconic Space Hopper will be on sale for kids to enjoy this summer.

“This is part of our big plans to expand our Tobar business, product and service offering,” said David Mordecai, CEO of Tobar.

“These concessions are just the start, and you will see over the next few months further enterprise, not only in travel andleisure, but in other areas of the market.”

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