Go Outdoors to sell 'every outdoor product imaginable' at its first superstore in Nottingham
Nottingham is set to welcome the first superstore of national outdoor retailer Go Outdoors in November.
Selling 10,000 products including cycling and camping gear across two floors, the Arnold-based store is set to welcome outdoors enthusiasts on Saturday November 5 with an unconfirmed 'celebrity' lined up to celebrate the opening.
The 35,000 square foot store, the equivalent size of five tennis courts, will be the 60th Go Outdoors in the country and is set to create 40 jobs.
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