First Official Guinness Store in the U.S. Opens in Las Vegas at The Shoppes at Mandalay Place

LAS VEGAS – The first official GUINNESS Store in the United States will have its grand opening inside the Shoppes at Mandalay Place on the world famous Las Vegas Strip on St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday, March 17, 2011.

Home to a wide range of GUINNESS merchandise, including unique Las Vegas products, the 1,500 square foot GUINNESS Store Las Vegas will feature items ranging from pint glasses to clothing; accessories to gift items, which graphically celebrate more than 250 years of the iconic GUINNESS brand.

Exclusive Las Vegas themed merchandise will include men’s clothing, women’s clothing, pint glasses, hats, accessories and much more. Several of the clothing items for men and women will be part of the exclusive “GUINNESS® On the Strip” clothing line, which combines the uniqueness of GUINNESS merchandise with the extravagance of the Las Vegas Strip.

“When researching destinations for the first GUINNESS Store in the United States, Las Vegas immediately jumped out at us as a perfect fit,” said Patrick Hughes, Brand Director, GUINNESS. “We want to offer our customers an experience that they cannot find anywhere in the United States and this store will surely provide that experience.”

With the largest selection of GUINNESS merchandise located in one venue outside of Ireland, the GUINNESS® Store Las Vegas will be a “must see” destination filled with true Irish hospitality. Visitors to the store will not only have the opportunity to purchase quality GUINNESS® products, they can learn about the brewing process and the depth and richness of the GUINNESS® brand through visual exhibitions showcasing its legacy and the strength of its advertising. Visitors will even be able to get customized official GUINNESS® pint glasses with their name or with a commemoration date of their trip to Las Vegas.

GUINNESS reminds you that GUINNESS is only for the bold and the responsible – please enjoy GUINNESS responsibly.

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