D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd branched out with the 205th showroom in the DSI retail chain on 16th of September, at Union Place, Colombo 2.
The Premier Showroom was ceremonially opened by Nandadasa Rajapaksa (Chairman, D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd), Thusitha Rajapaksa (Managing Director, D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd), and Kaushalya Perera (Director, D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd), along with other members of the senior management.
This branch becomes the 6th in the DSI Premier Showroom range, and caters to the discerning and brand-aware middle- and upper-income customers as well as professionals of Sri Lanka. In keeping with the DSI commitment to offering international brands of repute along with its own products, a wide-array of choices are on offer at the new retail store in Union Place for DSI’s astute customers. Now, customers can purchase footwear from international footwear giants such as Reebok, PUMA, Clarks, Umbro, FILA, Red Tape, Florsheim, Piccaso, and Liberty, as well as Jessica, Silviar, Supersport and Waves products from the local range.
DSI has long been the trusted name for good quality footwear in Sri Lanka. D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd is the main marketing and distributing sector of the DSI Samson Group. It is one of the largest retail networks in the country to provide footwear and apparel to the local customer.
D. Samson & Sons (Pvt) Ltd is the sole distributor for local footwear brands of DSI, Ranpa, Samsons, Jessica, Silviar, AVI, Beat, Waves and Supersport. Additionally, the line carries some major international brands such as Reebok, Puma, Florsheim, Umbro, Fila, Clarks, Liberty, Red Tape and Proline Fitness.
DSI, one of Sri Lanka’s leading brands, works through 4000 dealers and 50 sales representatives island-wide. This allows the company to understand the market and to provide quality footwear that the customers want and deserve. This is in keeping with the vision of the DSI founder, which continues to be an important component of the company.
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