Cardio Bunny begins its int'l expansion with cooperation with Pepco

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Polish sports clothing brand Cardio Bunny has prepared a limited collection created especially for Pepco stores. Sports clothes and accessories are now available in all open stores of the PEPCO chain in 14 countries, according to a report by the Warsaw Business Journal.

The Pepco offer includes hooded sweatshirts, sports bras, and a set of accessories necessary for exercise. 

"We are happy to cooperate with the Pepco chain of stores – thanks to it we can reach up to 19 million customers and increase the recognition of our brand also on foreign markets. This is our first step in international development. We start with cooperation with a recognizable distribution network, which gives us the opportunity to quickly get to know a large number of new customers at such a special time on the market," Wojciech Czernecki, president of Sugarfree (owner of the Cardio Bunny brand), commented.

The Pepco store chain has over 2,000 stores that are visited by over 19 million customers monthly.

"We count on the great success of this action, taking into account the high popularity of Pepco stores among consumers and the fact that the ongoing pandemic has influenced the purchasing habits of customers who are looking for comfortable sports clothing and accessories for home exercises on the market," Czernecki added.

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