Libri will close all its Hungarian stores on December 24, thus contributing to the festive relaxation of its employees, reports Világgazdaság, referring to the company’s information.
“In commerce, and thus in the book market, the one or two months before Christmas bring the highest traffic, so the workload is heavy on the employees now. Libri pays special attention to the intellectual enrichment of its colleagues. As a company selling books, i.e. offering our customers quality entertainment, we couldn’t do it any other way.”
Announced Péter Kovács, CEO of Libri. The manager added that during Christmas Eve, everyone is welcome with the usual opening hours, and books can also be ordered online. He asks everyone to think through the purchase in time, to ensure that the reading material intended as a gift arrives.
Libri is already the umpteenth store in the line, which will be closed on December 24. Previously, Lidl, Penny, Jysk, Diego and Mountex, among others, also decided this way.