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Adidas Promotion

Adidas Promotion

Adidas sportswear announced a Valentine’s promotion at their Mao Tse Tung Boulevard location in Phnom Penh and their store in Siem Reap with 10 to 50 percent discounts on all items in the stores.

According to Adidas Country Development Manager Karen Castaneda, the promotion started yesterday and will last through Valentine’s Day, next Tuesday, February 14.

The Adidas group comprises TaylorMade-Adidas golf company, Reebok sportswear company and Rockport.  The company also produces sports-related clothing, sunglasses, bags, watches and shirts and other accessories.

Adidas is the largest sportswear manufacturer in Europe and the second-largest sportswear manufacturer in the world.


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