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I received an e-mail today from KLM announcing a pop-up shop in New York City for three days – from Thursday June 25th through Saturday June 27th! The e-mail states:
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is bringing the excitement of a KLM onboard experience to New York City with a pop up shop! We invite you to discover KLM through free, fun and interactive activities. Experience the best of Dutch culture through music, food, art & design from Thursday, June 25 – Saturday, June 27 in downtown Manhattan.
I’m very excited about this – I really enjoyed when Delta had a pop-up location in Soho, NYC 2 years ago prior to the opening of the new Terminal 4 at JFK. I visited it frequently, and wrote about it here. Like the Delta pop-up, the KLM pop-up is also within walking distance of my workplace!
Information about the KLM event, can be found here.
Win flights to Amsterdam each day
Taste Dutch treats from stroopwaffles to coffee
Dance to electric dance music from famous Dutch DJs
Drink at the Heineken Happy Hour each evening
Experience live art and print making
Explore KLM’s different destinations with an interactive photobooth
View KLM’s new World Business Class
Fun activities dedicated for kids & more
201 Mulberry Street
New York, NY 10012, USA
b/w Spring and Kenmare
Registration: Attendance is free, but requires registration on Eventbrite. Register HERE. I don’t know if this will fill up or not, so I recommend reserving a ticket now. (I reserved a few extra tickets, so if you get stuck without a ticket I might be able to help you out).
The schedule looks pretty good – including the daily Heineken happy hour!
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