Four new stores are giving travelers at Minneapolis-St. Paul International (MSP) new options to check out as they wait for their flights.
“Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport offers more than 100 shops and restaurants designed to meet travelers’ needs,” says Jeff Hamiel, executive director of the Metropolitan Airports Commission. “The new, customer-friendly sales carts are attractive additions to the airport’s retail offerings and provide more opportunities to pick up items for your trip or gifts for loved ones.”
The new shops can be found on Concourse C in the Lindbergh Terminal, near Delta’s Sky Club and the children’s play area.
In Season sells college and professional sports team logo wear, giftware and toys on a seasonal basis.
Neat offers scanning and software solutions to read, store, organize and export information from receipts, business cards and other documents. Neat Co. products securely store the scanned information in an easy-to-use database.
Sterling Works offers handcrafted sterling silver and 18-karat gold jewelry with a variety of precious and semi-precious gemstones. The selection includes jewelry created by local and regional artists.
Tech & Trek carries the latest mobile phone and iPod merchandise, as well as travel accessories, such as neck pillows, travel blankets, socks and locks.
All four shops, as well as the pre-existing Rosetta Stone retail display, are open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.
In other MSP news…
Travelers through Sunday at MSP may be able find some bargains, thanks to the airport’s first Soaring Savings Sidewalk Sale.
Thirty-eight retailers in the Lindbergh Terminal will have discounted merchandise situated on tables outside their stores. Local and national brands alike will be featured, including Creative Kidstuff, Brookstone, World Passage and Hugo Boss.
For those worried about getting their purchases home, many of the retailers offer shipping. For a list of participating stores, visit http://www.shopsatmsp.com/page/1/shop.jsp.