Marshall Retail Group unveils two new stores at Baltimore/Washington’s Concourse D

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Marshall Retail Group (MRG) has opened two new retail spaces, District Market and AMERICA!, at Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)’s Concourse D.

MRG designed District Market with inspiration from local Baltimore communities. The brand-new retail space provides travelers with regionally themed gifts, souvenirs, logo apparel, gourmet and artisan foods, travel essentials and more. Offering an array of neighborhood brands such as Charm City Chocolate, Popsations Popcorn, Woot! Granola, Otterbein’s Cookies, Fisher’s Popcorn, Jody’s Popcorn and Route 11 Potato Chips, District Market extends visitors trip to Maryland and delivers an immersive shopping experience.

“District Market is more than a one-stop shop. It offers BWI passengers regional products that connect customers to the local Baltimore communities,” said Michael C Wilkins, chief executive officer of MRG. “Curated with the savvy traveler in mind, customers at District Market are guaranteed to find the perfect item to complete their trip.”

MRG also operates AMERICA!, a modern, convenient store offering an assortment of merchandise reflecting the ever-changing American trends in the market. According to MRG, the AMERICA! store engages visitors by conveying a regional sense of place, set against a contemporary, patriotic backdrop while providing an eclectic mix of products from the current administration, branded apparel and novelty gifts, White House souvenirs, collectibles and more.

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