Wednesday, October 28, 2009

USA:Crocs at CLE scheduled for opening in early 2010


Travelers seeking brand name, multipurpose footwear or a unique dining option offering variations on the typical burrito can look no further than Crocs and Currito: Burritos Without Borders, which recently finalized leases to open units at the AIRMALL at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Slated to open in the coming months, these units are the latest examples of the ongoing transformation of concessions at the airport:

Crocs, located in Concourse C, is scheduled for opening in early 2010. Crocs offers comfortable, lightweight, versatile footwear for men, women and children in a variety of styles and colors.

Currito: Burritos Without Borders, which will be located in the Food Court in the Main Terminal, surpasses typical burrito cuisine and wrap restaurants by serving "burritos without borders." Rolled to order for superior quality and taste, Currito serves Mediterranean, Mexican, American and Asian burritos along with refreshing all-natural smoothies and more. The restaurant is expected to open at the AIRMALL at CLE this winter.

"Whether it's the latest in comfortable footwear or a tasty burrito that is a little out of the box, these units will add to the distinctive shopping and dining options already available at the AIRMALL at CLE," said Tina LaForte, vice president of BAA Cleveland. "A hallmark of the AIRMALL, passengers will continue to shop and dine at 'Regular Mall Prices...Guaranteed.'"

"Our main goal has always been to enhance the passenger experience at CLE. The AIRMALL has done just that," said Ricky Smith, director of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. "With each announcement of a new brand coming to the AIRMALL or the opening of a new retail store or restaurant, we are making good on our promise." 

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