An email came roughly 48 hours before the actual event. Normally he would prefer it to come into the mailbox a week but for this particular invite; he did not mind at all even though it was going to be on Saturday morning.
Traditionally early, Serge was surprised that there was a significant number of shoppers waiting at the front of the store. Thanks to his ninja-esque skill, Serge wobbled into the store and was greeted by the Quiksilver and Roxy PR gang whom greeted Serge back.
The time was about 0930hrs+ and Serge was mesmerized by how big the new Quiksilver and Roxy’s flagship store was. According to what was said, this store locator at Midvalley Megamall ground floor next to Secret Recipe is the biggest in Asia. Don’t know where Serge is talking about, this flagship is located at where MPH used to be and next to UNI QLO.
Funny thing is, there was no crowd at UNI QLO when QuikXy (yes Serge is lazy to type out the name) officially let the crowd in. Anyway, before the masses came in; a selected few besides the people running the place had a chance to view QuikXy’s flagship store that covers 7,150 square feet of space. When you enter the store not only will you be mesmerized by the size of it; you can’t help but feel the earthly goodness from it.
QuikXy’s interior design involves the combination of wood, metal and cement materials to allow the customers to shop in comfort with an ambiance of the core lifestyle elements. This particular feel allows QuikXy’s flagship store to be a living, breathing environment dedicated to surfing, art and fashion – original, authentic and welcoming.
Shiny headed Liang was the usual suspect and some of the girls which Serge loves was there too. Serge was smart to realize that the RM100 that he received was expiring the same day and thus he got himself a new wallet.
As Serge had another event to head off to, farewells were wished and he headed off. QuikXy’s flagship store is definitely a place that one place that you will drop by not once but many times !
- “If You Don’t Know It’s Impossible, It’s Easier to Do” – Neil Gaiman
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