Paragon launches Premier Liquor

09 March 2018 Author  
Paragon Investment Holdings (PIH) will this Friday launch its Premier Liquor outlet conveniently situated in Eros.
Premier Liquor is a unique outlet that stocks over 400 sought-after brands of wines, spirits and champagnes.
“We are able to offer client-tailored services, which are not available in other outlets. Clients can order online and Premier will deliver your product free of charge within a certain radius of the City.  Clients can also place orders via telephone and we will gladly deliver the goods to an address of your choice,” said Hertha Akaambo, facilities Manager at PIH.
“Premier Liquor is unique in that we sell primarily unique wines and spirits. The shop and the service on offer provides a unique shopping experience in the sense that client gets customized service offering.”
Premier Liquor has Glenfiddich (26 years), Glenlivet (25 years), and Jameson (Bold, Lively and Round), Champagne Dom Perignon Rose Vintage (2004), Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin (2004), among other brands currently in stock.
“Through our international suppliers we are able to stock products not found at other liquor outlets at very competitive prices,” Akaambo said.
The shop also has a large selection of local wines courtesy of, amongst others, Erongo Winery.”
Akaambo noted that Paragon’s foray into liquor trading through Premier Liquor is backed by a strong retail footprint in the country.
 “This footprint includes the Kutako Duty Free Shop at Hosea Kutako International Airport. We also manage in-flight duty free services on board all Air Namibia regional and international flights. Opening a unique liquor outlet in an upmarket area of Windhoek is a natural progression in our quest to expand our retail footprint in Namibia and beyond,” Akaambo said.
Premier Liquor trading hours are from 8am to 7pm Mondays to Fridays and 8am to 1pm on Saturdays.


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