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Leading brand to open new outlet in Gloucester Quays

A major brand has confirmed it is opening a store at Gloucester Quays designer outlet centre.

Global sportswear and fashion brand Adidas will launch the new outlet in late-Autumn, as predicted by Punchline last month.

The apparel and footwear giants will stock a full Adidas product range, as well as product ranges from Reebok.

The new store will cover 5,995 sq ft and joins the likes of Ted Baker, Jack Wills and Cath Kidston.

Gloucester Quays is owned by Peel and is branded as Lifestyle Outlets.

Adrian Wright, Lifestyle Outlet's leasing director, said "Adidas is a fantastic new addition to Gloucester Quays and will complement our existing fashion, sports and streetwear brand mix. New stores, restaurants and successful events have cemented Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester as a major lifestyle and leisure destination, recognised across the county and beyond.

"Occupier interest, footfall and sales continue to be strong for the centre as we build towards our busiest period over Christmas."

Lifestyle Outlets says it has had a record year with sales at an all-time high at its two outlets - Gloucester Quays and Lowry Outlet MediaCityUK Manchester.

Last month it was announced that Klass, the women's clothing brand, was leaving Gloucester Quays to open a new store in Gloucester's Eastgate Shopping Centre opposite M&S on September 15.

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