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Hudson Group Expands Retail Footprint At LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B

Hudson Group, a leader in North American travel retail, has expanded its footprint at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) to include the design of the first FAO Schwarz airport and travel destination store of its kind, featuring signature FAO Schwarz toys and games, and McNally Jackson, New York City’s iconic independent bookseller. Additional brands represented in the new retail package include Hudson, the Company’s internationally-recognized travel essentials and convenience brand; LaGuardia Dufry Duty Free, offering passengers an excellent assortment of brands and products across all duty-free and duty-paid categories; and M?A?C, the world’s leading professional makeup authority.

This new agreement is for space in the concourse of the reimagined Terminal B. The new state of the art 1.3M square foot terminal will feature 35 gates, over 25 retail and food offerings, and dual pedestrian bridges that span active taxi lanes connecting the main part of the terminal to two island concourses.

“Hudson’s iconic brand coupled with its new and exciting concepts makes the company an ideal partner for this new contract,” said Ed Baklor, chief commercial officer of LaGuardia Gateway Partners. “Hudson Group has been delivering unique concepts that cater to the immediate needs and wants of travelers at LGA for over 30 years and we are excited to extend and expand the company’s contract at Terminal B.”

“Hudson Group has truly grown and evolved since we opened our first Hudson News at LaGuardia (LGA) Airport in 1987,” said Joseph DiDomizio, president and chief executive officer of Hudson Group. “We are proud of our ‘Big Apple’ roots and we are thrilled to grow our longstanding partnership with such an amazing partner. The new contract highlights how diligently we work to ensure that airport concessions are evolving to meet the growing needs of travelers. This is especially true for LGA, as our competitive bid will bring the nation’s oldest and most iconic toy brand, FAO Schwarz, into airports for the first time at the City’s oldest commercial airport.” (Web Site)

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McDonald’s Reveals New Flagship Restaurant In Chicago

McDonald’s newly designed restaurant at Clark and Ontario streets is unlike any in the company’s portfolio. McDonald’s unveiled its reimagined flagship restaurant at Clark and Ontario streets in Chicago, showcasing a one-of-a-kind modern and environmentally-friendly design and enhanced customer experience with self-order kiosks, table service, mobile order and payment, and delivery.

“Chicago is truly a special place for McDonald’s. Not only is it the new home for our modern global headquarters but new restaurant experiences that are unique to this city,” said McDonald’s President and CEO Steve Easterbrook. “We are proud to open the doors to this flagship restaurant which symbolises how we are building a better McDonald’s for our customers and the communities where they live.”

The 19,000-square-foot steel and wood timber constructed restaurant was inspired by McDonald’s commitment to sustainability and has abundant green spaces and energy saving features. Highlights include: More than 70 trees at the ground level, a vegetated roof space and a floating glass garden of ferns and white birch trees. Native and drought resilient plants are being used throughout the landscape along with permeable pavers for the lot surface to minimize irrigation and reduce storm water runoff. Enhanced energy performance with an on-site solar panel array for renewable energy collection to offset part of the restaurant’s non-renewable energy consumption; interior and exterior LED lighting; and energy efficient kitchen and HVAC equipment including energy saving freezer/coolers, low oil fryers, energy efficient fans and more. Expansive pedestrian-centric space featuring plazas with outdoor seating and a park area. An enhanced McCafé presence with a separate counter and baked goods display. Increased focus on hospitality with guest experience leaders and table service. The restaurant was designed by Chicago-based Ross Barney Architects. The modern interior including furniture, graphics and layout were designed by Sydney-based Landini Associates, a worldwide known design firm that has collaborated on other McDonald’s projects. The restaurant is applying to become LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certified. (Web Site)

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Trans World Marketing Creates Display For Rust-Oleum

Rust- Oleum wanted to showcase its concrete and garage coatings product line in a display that reflected the products artisan qualities. The display needed to clearly identify the product offerings, application process and grades of finish through product education. An industrial style, in-line solution re-organized the multiple colors and textures of the product line. Large sample chips are highlighted by LED lighting across the top to show color, texture and finishes that capture the consumer’s eye and communicate the possibilities. Back-lit lifestyle graphic panels help consumers visually understand key features and benefits of each product and their application to everyday living. The Rust-Oleum Display was created by Trans World Marketing; (Web Site)

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