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Hennessy launches first Hennessy Airport Bar in Nigeria

BellaNaija.com

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History was made on the 24th of January, 2016 as Hennessy unveiled the first ever Hennessy Airport Bar in Nigeria located at the D-wing, departure hall of the Muritala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria.

The Bar will offer to prospective consumers (who must be 18 years of age and above), in addition to Hennessy products, majority of the Champagne and Spirits brands within the Moet Hennessy portfolio in a most conducive and exquisite setting befitting the high standards that the Hennessy brand is known for.

The bar was created in partnership with a leading Nigerian entrepreneur; Adeola Omikunle, CEO of Things Remembered.

In separate interviews with newsmen, the Brand Manager Hennessy & Spirits Portfolio Nigeria; Lere Awokoya, and the Moët Hennessy General Manager Nigeria; Paul Auriol described the partnership as a means of providing an avenue for travelers’ relaxation in comfort and style.

With the opening of the prestigious Airport Bar, the Hennessy brand has again set the pace by crystallizing its popular mantra; Never Stop, Never Settle with the unveiling of yet another first-of-its-kind innovation aimed at providing unlimited satisfaction for its esteemed consumers.

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3 Comments

  1. Elizabeth

    February 2, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    When Henessey begins to either produce, print labels or heck even ensemble their bottles within the shores of Nigeria. Then, maybe one would congratulate them. Nigeria also needs to begin to implement stronger policies for the alcohol beverages sector. Policies which protect the populations health and benefits the country is very important. Looking forward to see what the member of p-square does with his new beverage company.

    • June

      February 2, 2016 at 10:18 pm

      Bless you for your comment! It’s always one of our own working with the oppressors to keep us oppressed. Selling their alcohol at exhorbitant prices but no factories what so ever to add to development. And they will always find one celebrity to endorse their products cause at the end of the day it’s all about the money isn’t it.

  2. spicequeen

    February 2, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    Which yeye history be that? Nonsense no be their fault, no regulations in place …

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