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Tourneau Debuts New Store

Wednesday, March 18, 2015
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Tourneau, the famed retailer of luxury timepieces, turns 115 this year, and to celebrate, the brand has opened a new Bryant Park Store. The new location was debuted with a ribbon cutting ceremony on March 16 that gathered Tourneau executives and neighboring Bryant Park businesses as guests. Amongst the attendees were: TONY award winning star Jefferson Mays, Bryant Park Corporation Executive Director Dan Biederman, Tourneau CEO Ira Melnitsky, and Tourneau Senior Vice President of Retail Larry Barkley.

Guests explored the new 3,330-square-foot space designed by Tourneau’s in-house Store Development & Design team with New York-based Kenneth Park Architects and the specialized boutiques for Rolex, Cartier, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Panerai, IWC, Breitling, Tudor and Longines. They also got the chance to gawk at the collection of over 17 premiere watch brands sold, which features brands like Franck Muller, Glashütte Original, Bell and Ross, Devon, Bucherer, Nomos, Frederique Constant, Hamilton, Ball Watch and Casio as well as Tourneau’s own watch brand, TNY and their Certified Pre-Owned timepiece collection.

Tourneau also announced a purchase promotion to honor the new location, Tourneau’s Bryant Park customers making purchases over $3,000 will receive two tickets to A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder. That’s two great reasons to go shopping.

http://www.tourneau.com/


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