Supporters invited to unique Ibrox location as high-profile retail battle continues
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Pop-up Rangers store at Louden Tavern to continue for St. Joseph’s game

A pop-up Rangers store at the Louden Tavern will open again from 3 pm today (18/07) as the club prepare to host St. Joseph’s in the Europa League.
Given the ongoing issues with the Rangers Megastore outside Ibrox, it means supporters will be able to get their hands on official club merchandise in the immediate vicinity of Ibrox stadium
The store continues on from the pop-up Rangers store which ran before last week’s friendly with Marseille.

Rangers fans are being invited to the pop up shop at the Louden. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The Louden Tavern is situated across from the Ibrox subway stop and fans are invited to purchase merchandise knowing that a fair percentage of the sale will go back to Rangers.
News broke recently that the Mike Ashley run Ibrox Megastore would be closing its doors except on matchdays.
This is largely because of a boycott on Rangers goods sold by the retail tycoon.

A poorly weighted retail agreement signed during the previous Ibrox regime continues to linger over the club but Rangers are clearly thinking of creative solutions to the issue.
Whilst there are Rangers stores in Glasgow and Belfast city centres, the Megastore’s location outside Ibrox means the club will be losing potential revenue whilst the situation continues.

The shop will be selling the latest Rangers merchandise going into the new season. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

But supporters will now have access to new Rangers merchandise at the Louden Tavern for the first competitive home match of the season.
There has been no official suggestion as to how long the pop-up shop will run at the “Quintessential Rangers Supporters Pub”.

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