Cincinnati airport to add 16 new stores


The Cincinnati airport will open 16 new retail shops over the next two years.

Renovations for the 16 stores will begin Oct. 1, with opening dates ranging from mid-year 2019 to the end of 2020.

“We’re excited that the new CVG shops will elevate the customer experience while bringing in local flair and providing another avenue to tell the story of our region’s unique offerings to travelers,” said Candace McGraw, CEO of the airport.

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Some of the concepts are Cincinnati specific, with names such as Over the Rhine Market, Seven Hills Essentials and Gaslight Gifts, referencing Cincinnati neighborhoods and history of the city.

“Our proprietary concepts speak to the history, culture and exciting future for the city of Cincinnati and the region, and we’re offering several popular brands for travelers to enjoy,” said Gregg Paradies, president and CEO of Paradies Lagardère, the company that was awarded the retail packages.

Other stores have national recognition like TripAdvisors, TODAY and Brooks Brothers.

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