Latest retail development snapped as Rangers fan Celtic gripe set to be banished this month
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Latest Rangers development snapped as club set to end major Celtic gripe

The new Rangers store at Glasgow Airport has been snapped by fans as it prepares for its grand opening at some point this month.

Gers supporters have always longed to see the club open a new retail unit at the international airport on the outskirts of the city and the time is seemingly upon us.

Located after airport security, the unit will serve those flying out of Glasgow airport and helps plant the Rangers flag in the city’s international centre.

This is yet another step on the road to recovery with Celtic’s presence in the airport a real bugbear for supporters as they flew out of the airport.

The store comes after a partnership was announced with Glasgow Airport back in November last year, unfortunately at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Whilst the store is expected to be popular on the retail front even back then the club made mention of having a “visual presence” in Glasgow.

“We’re delighted to form this exciting new partnership that creates a strong link between our City’s International airport and Rangers Football Club, as we continue to drive our club forward as a global brand,” said Director of Commercial and Marketing James Bisgrove [Rangers].

‘’The visual presence of Rangers Football Club upon arrival and departure from Glasgow Airport, underlines our position as Scotland’s most international football club and will support a wide range of club commercial activities’’

There are already Rangers stores at Ibrox and in Glasgow and Belfast City Centres with the latest at Glasgow Airport snapped by fans. (Photo: Johnny Red Media)

Glasgow Airport serves 9million travellers each year, flying to over 100 destinations and increasing the club’s visibility there seems like a no-brainer.

Whilst this partnership gets set to jet off, another reportedly broke records as Rangers raised close to £2.5m in a matter of seconds following the launch of a new project.

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