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After almost three decades, Naf Naf has said goodbye to Almeria

A new setback has been added to the Almeria center.

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After almost three decades, Naf Naf has said goodbye to Almeria

A new setback has been added to the Almeria center. Naf Naf, a clothing store located on 3 Eguilior Street has been closing the area for nearly thirty years. They have displayed the sign 'Liquidation because of closure' since then. They offer 50% off all garments, making them very affordable for Almeria.

The quality of the products has won many hearts since the store was opened in Almeria's center almost 30 years ago. Although it is not clear if the store will close this summer or after, the truth is that the place will not reopen. Mamen, who is in charge of Naf Naf Almeria, said to this newspaper that they have been serving customers in Almeria since many years. It has been very pleasant." He appreciates the interest in the dissemination of information about the closing of the premises, as "no one has ever been interested in finding out why it is closed. If we needed to get help, this would not be repeated." People also show empathy when they witness such a situation. It is not yet clear what will happen with the Naf Naf establishment. It will either be transformed into a new store, or it will sit empty, waiting for a new owner.

Naf Naf is the pret-a-porter brand for women. It has ten franchised and own establishments in Spain, as well as 50 corners within El Corte Ingles. Traditional stores are feeling the loss of Almeria, as they see how prestigious companies in the center have decided to leave and never return.

Closure of Inditex

Almeria has never seen the first closing of shops in the centre. Traditional businesses that took advantage the huge influx of customers at these fashion houses to make money will again face the same fate.

Zara, the Inditex Group firm, said goodbye Paseo De Almeria on October 4, 2019, leaving an important void in its street. Also, Pull, the youth brand.

Another franchise that sold on the Paseo de Almeria was the Springfield franchise. It is part of the Tendam textile company. The ship on which big perfume brands with Primor, Druni, or, in fashion's case, Mango, El Ganso, or Sfera, have not yet escaped, despite the destruction caused by the covid-19 epidemic and the closing of shops.

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