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Murad Opens Counters in Hong Kong

November 14, 2005

CHINA: Murad International opened two custom counters in
Hong Kong’s No. 1 department store, Seibu. The store openings
follow on the heels of the debut of Murad products in
London, Denmark, Mexico and the Philippines.
Murad also plans to showcase its products in Hong Kong’s
Lane Crawford by early 2004.
“Murad International is thrilled with the openings in
Hong Kong, and hopes to bring (its) brand to the forefront of
skin care in one of the most dynamic cities in the world,” said
Ju E. Wong, director of international business, Murad Inc.
“My dream is to have Murad present in the most prestigious
locations throughout Asia and Europe. Adding Seibu and
Lane Crawford to Selfridges, Magasin Du Nord and Sephora
have certainly shown great progress toward this goal.”
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