Swakop Sport celebrates 10 years

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13 May 2019 | Business

Specializing in sports gear, Swakop Sport is a family owned business, which is located at Shoprite Centre in Swakopmund. The store carries an extensive range of sportswear from socks to sport-specific clothing like cricket, rugby, soccer, karate, judo, netball, tennis clothing and swimsuits. Different team kits are available to order in various colors and styles. Footwear range meets most of the customer’s requirements whether it is a pair of supportive running shoes, comfortable walking shoes, durable hiking shoes or affordable soccer and rugby boots.

In addition the shop offers dance wear, yoga and fitness apparel and dance shoes for ballerinas, hip-hop, jazz and tap dancers.

Karin Dronia, the manager of Swakop Sport, points out that people in Namibia are sports orientated and well equipped with health and fitness knowledge. “More and more people are asking for equipment prescribed by therapists or sports instructors. We try to help everyone”.

Swakop Sports is growing according to their customers’ demands. “We are there for our customers”, emphasizes Dronia. “It is refreshing to see children getting involved with new sports like judo, boxing and kickboxing”.

Furthermore, SwakopSport caters for experienced and beginners’ in angling with high quality fishing tackle equipment. The owner of Swakop Sport Allester Dronia, is a professional angler himself. He is willing to share his love for angling with those who are interested in the sport giving the best information to help you to make a wise decision when buying fishing equipment.

Both, Allester and Karin, find the personal connection with the customer, the most important in their business.

Good service, customer care and affordable prices represent Swakop Sport’s values and mission. This encourages the customer to return and to refer SwakopSport to others.

“We are thankful to all our customers for their continued support throughout the years.”

Swakop Sport is looking forward to seeing you in store!

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