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The safety of visitors comes first – Akropole will not organise the big discount days "Let’s take it!"


The big discount days "Let’s take it!" organized by Akropole shopping and entertainment centre, which attract thousands of customers, will not take place this spring. Such decision was made in order to prevent gathering of many people and to take care of the safety of both employees and every single visitor.

“Although the restrictions imposed during the state of emergency have been relaxed, the most important thing now is to remain vigilant and continue taking care of the health and safety of ourselves and those around you. The safety of our employees and visitors is an absolute priority, which is why this year we will not organize the big discount days “Let’s take it!”.  We are currently experiencing a gradual increase in the number of visitors, and the shops and restaurants that had temporarily closed are gradually resuming their operation and are welcoming their customers with attractive spring offers. However, it must be remembered that safety comes first, so we continue to monitor and implement all necessary security measures,” says Akropole shopping and entertainment centre CEO Zane Kaktiņa.

Last time the big discount days "Let’s take it!" took place in November last year and gathered almost 90 thousand people. Concerning organisation of “Let’s take it!” in the autumn of this year, Akropole administration will make the decision, assessing the current situation and the necessary safety requirements.

Although there will be no big discount days at Akropole, a number of clothing, accessories, footwear, lifestyle and sporting goods stores are currently having off-season sales and are offering other discounts. Cafes and restaurants, beauty, jewellery, pet goods, food and other stores located at Akropole have also prepared some really nice offers.

“We have noticed that more and more visitors of Akropole shop for not only food, but also for clothing, footwear, cosmetics and other goods. It is obvious that people are gradually returning to their normal pace of life and want to refresh their wardrobe, so there are more and more spring-summer fashion news in the tenants’ offer, and now the stores offer really nice discounts,” says Zane Kaktiņa.

Even in these challenging conditions, shopping at Akropole is safe, and more than 150 shops, including the restaurants and cafes Gan Bei, Sushi Express, CHI, Costa Coffe, Lage, Manhattan and Yogoland, sweets store Rūta, clothing and accessories stores CooCulte, Pietro Filipi and Superdry, customer centres of mobile operators Tele2 and LMT, as well as VX/Visionaire, Given, MTTC, Dāvanu serviss, etc., which have been reopened in May, continue to work. Everything you need can be found in one place at Akropole, so, in order to stay safe and healthy, you will not have to go to other points of sale.

It has already been reported that, expecting an increase in the number of customers, Akropole administration will closely monitor in the online systems the number of visitors being in the shopping centre at the same time. In case there are more visitors to the shopping and entertainment centre than necessary to ensure a safe distance, the entrance into Akropole will be regulated. At each entrance, hand disinfectants are placed, which are regularly refilled, in addition to standard cleaning requirements intense cleaning of contact surfaces with disinfectants is performed in addition to standard cleaning procedures, and the Akropole ventilation systems are switched from circulation mode to fresh air mode, which together with air filters ensure that the air inside the shopping and entertainment centre is cleaner than the air outside. The wide corridors of Akropole allow you to make purchases safely without difficulty keeping your distance from other visitors, and posters and information notices encourage visitors not to crowd and keep the distance. Besides, protective glass has been installed in the Akropole info centre and Business Centre reception, shopping and entertainment centre recreation areas have been redesigned, ensuring a distance of 2 m between seats, as well as all employees closely monitor their health and are asked to use all the necessary protective equipment.

Akropole is not only the newest and most modern shopping and entertainment centre in Latvia, but also the first shopping and entertainment centre which, thanks to the highest energy efficiency and sustainability standards, has received the prestigious BREEM certificate at the design and also at the construction stage. Akropole has also been recognized as the winner in the nomination category “The Best New Public Building” of the competition “Latvian Construction Annual Awards 2019” and has been acknowledged as the best BIM object in the show “The Best Building of the Year in Latvia 2019”. Akropole is home to the largest B+ class Business Centre in Latvia, which is connected to the shopping centre. Here visitors will find the only Van Graaf multi-brand store in the Baltics, a Deichmann footwear store, as well as the region’s only USC and adidas Originals sporting and lifestyle goods stores. In addition, the shopping centre also contains the biggest Zara, Reserved, Oysho, Guess and KidzOne brand stores in Latvia, as well as the only River Island brand store to also offer a collection for men. This extensive range of shops is augmented by restaurants and cafés for various tastes, a spacious and elegant Maxima XXX supermarket, as well as other points of sale

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