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The Coffee Club Introduces Shipping Container Units

Sep 09, 2014 02:35 PM EDT | By Flynna Sarah Molina
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The original franchised shipping container stores have been launched in Brisbane Airport.

Last June 14, The Coffee Club stores are operating in Brisbane Domestic Airport, particular right outside the Qantas and Virgin terminals. And their third unit started its operation at Brisbane Airport Service Centre.

This was the first of the brand to establish such kind of concept for their stores. The two stores are having the first installation of such kind in Queensland area, it will also introduce eco-friendly green rooves. These are fully modified interior designs and cozy, with covered outdoor capacity up to 60 persons.

The general manager of the airline and retail management at Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) Andrew Brodie commented, that the new design of the scores came from the ambiance of the airport that has recently been observed. The airport is promoting eco-friend environment all over the place.

"These colorful new stores will give a huge impact to the aesthetic value of the place, projecting a sophisticated experience to the travelers while drinking coffee in the shop," as Brodie explained. "The shipping container units give a major effect to the domestic terminal and will definitely give unique atmosphere to the travelers which is a lot different from other airports in Australia."

BNE has been working with The Coffee Club for quite some time and this has been proven by the strong presence of the coffee brand in the international terminal. There is, in fact, a fifth store that has just opened last July in BNE Service Centre.

John Lazarou, The Coffee Club director has emphasized that, "the organization aims to promote innovation and so they have come up with this concept of putting up franchised shipping container units in different parts of Australia. We are very proud of this campaign so as to provide our avid customers with high quality products, exceptional service and world class coffee experience. We are thrilled by the response of our consumers once they have tried dining with one of the new concept stores."

The store operation starts as early as 5am and closes until 10am. And it is open seven days a week.

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