• Nov 27th 2006 at 3:56PM
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A new Ferrari Store has opened in Qatar. The boutique shop sells Ferrari accessories at the Alfardan Automotive Center. It's the first store of its kind in the Middle East, which has continued to grow as a leading market for Maranello's finest. Similar to the store at The Wynn in Las Vegas, the Qatar store has clothes, shoes, toys, keychains and other accessories, all bearing the Ferrari logo.
Alfardan Automotive President Omar Alfardan told reporters that the store made sense as Ferrari is a huge draw anywhere in the world. He also said he expects to open more of these shops in Qatar in the future, including one in the Alfardan Towers and another in the multi-billion-dollar, man-made island off the Doha coast, the Pearl-Qatar.

Ferrari currently has several stores in Italy as well as shops in Hangzhou and Shanghai, as well as the one in Vegas.


[Source: Gulf Times]


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