A new pop-up shop is set to open in The Square Shopping Centre Camberley offering locals and visitors alike an exciting new shopping experience.
As part of ‘The Pop-Up Club’ located on 27 Obelisk Way, Legacy Sportswear has won the first 4 month spot and will be opening its door on Monday 15th May.
Athlete, CEO and founder of Legacy, Adam Franks, is committed to creating high-quality sportswear that is designed with both the athlete and the environment in mind. Their range of sportswear is made with carefully chosen materials, including eco-friendly bamboo for their Zhu range, offering a sustainable option for those who prefer to exercise in comfort. Their rest day range is made from organic cotton and recycled polyester.
In addition to their commitment to sustainability, Legacy Sportswear is passionate about customer service. They collaborate with professional and amateur sports teams and clubs to develop the best possible kit for their players, ensuring that they are always happy with the end result.
“We’re excited to bring our brand values to life with the launch of our opportunity in The Pop-Up Club, “said Adam. “We believe that our values of quality, sustainability, and customer service are what sets us apart from our competitors. We’re looking forward to showcasing our products and expertise to the people of Camberley.”
Every 4 months The Pop-Up Club will feature a wide range of products from small businesses, local artisans and makers joining the great range of independents located in Obelisk Way near Boots.
Rhoda Joseph, Centre Manager for The Square Camberley, commented “We want to create an experience that goes beyond shopping. The space will enable passionate entrepreneurs to connect with shoppers, test their ideas and learn from each other as well as offering the public unique products and experiences. The Pop-Up Club will be a great way to make this happen and we’re excited to see what kind of community we can build.”
The Pop-Up Club is set to be a unique addition to the town centre and become a favourite for locals and a great draw for visitors in Surrey and surrounding counties.