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The Crazy Home Outlet store opens at La Torre Outlet Zaragoza

In addition to becoming the best destination for outdoor fashion and lifestyle shopping with discounts of between 30 and 70% throughout the year, La Torre Outlet Zaragoza is, starting on November 9, a mandatory stop for the kitchen and design lovers. The Crazy Home Outlet arrives in the Aragonese capital to surprise all visitors with the products of the bestknown firms in the sector: Bergner, Masterpro, La Maison 1975, Swiss Home, San Ignacio, Berhome, Infinity Chef and Renberg.

The opening of this store is part of the Opening Weeks campaign, which is based on a gradual opening of the operators to avoid crowds, always guaranteeing the sanitary measures required by the authorities. In this sense, it should be noted that La Torre Outlet Zaragoza is the only commercial space where it is possible to walk through the outdoor stores.

In addition, the outlet also offers customers the possibility of planning their visit thanks to its mobile application, which shows the venue’s capacity in real time.

Inaugurated to show visitors the latest news in household products and kitchenware solutions, The Crazy Home Outlet offers consumers a large selection of frying pans, woks, pots, saucepans and pans that will fill the home kitchens with style, design and elegance.

The Crazy Home Outlet celebrate its arrival at the outlet this Monday in style. Starting at 10 am, a pink carpet will welcome all lovers of cuisine and good taste, who will be able to enjoy an appointment full of design, decoration and lifestyle and also an opening promotion of 10% extra on the outlet price that will last until November 15.

La Torre Outlet Zaragoza is located in the capital, therefore, current mobility restrictions do not affect the residents of Zaragoza city, or their rural neighbourhood, if they have planned to visit the centre.

Initially, La Torre Outlet Zaragoza will continue with its Opening Weeks and its inauguration in a staggered manner and it is expected that other brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Hackett, Faconnable, Pepe Jeans, Millet or Lafuma will be installed in the centre in the coming weeks.

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