San Francisco Airport open to proposals for on-site stores

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San Francisco International Airport has open its Request for Proposals (RFP) process for a international terminal duty-free and luxury stores lease.

The lease is for the operation of ten duty-free and luxury store locations that are after security in the international terminals, and one located in terminal 1, all for a term of fourteen years.

The concepts sought are duty-free core category shops and high-end luxury boutiques, and small and local businesses are also encouraged to apply.

Interested parties are to attend an informative conference scheduled for April 4 at 10am at the terminal 2 partnering conference room at the airport.

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