Samsung Electronics re-opens shop in Yerevan

12:19 • 23.11.11



The Samsung company shop has been re-opened in Yerevan.

This is the company's first shop in Yerevan that was opened 15 years ago.

Armen Akhnazaryan, Director of the Mark Company, said that the shop is one of the first shops trading in household appliances in Armenia. "The shop has not only been renovated, but also offers a wide selection of goods to customers – TV sets, netbooks, fridges, washers," Akhnazaryan said.

Andranik Shahbazyan, Director of the Samsung Electronics office in Armenia, said the show-windows with the company's latest products are evidence that Samsung has consumer preferences in Armenia.

At present, Samsung Electronics offers its products at its three shops: 12 Amiryan Str., 15 Mashtots Ave. in Yerevan, as well as in Gyumri.
 

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