The initiative to build more retail stores in France is continuing with a future location in the city of Dijon, considered the capital of the Burgandy wine region. It is one of two known future stores in France, and will augment the country’s nine existing stores. As first spotted by MacGeneration, a job listing just appeared for this city in east-central France, but without a specific location. However, tipsters in the city of 105,000 residents point to the Toison D’or shopping mall on the city’s north side as the likely location. Based on construction schedules, the store could open this October.
New Store Spotted in France’s Wine Region
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