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12. 10. 2004

Leave Your Man in a Cr/(R)che While You Shop

Whether you're shopping for X-mas popgadgets or not, six Marks & Spencer stores throughout the UK are now offering for your bored companion a "cr/(R)che" where the poor love can watch TV and play with Scalextric, remote control bikes and walkie talkie sets.
"We recognise that tensions can sometimes be high when couples go shopping together at Christmas. Some men object to traipsing around a shop and waiting outside changing rooms," explains M&S spokeswoman Clare Wilkes. "Providing a place where customers can chill out and relax is a fun way to give something back."
In BBC News.

Posted by regine    Category: current affairs
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