Co-op has boosted its music festival coverage for 2019, with a partnership with Glastonbury.
Alasdair Fowle, lead partnerships manager, announced the company was doubling the number of 7,000sq ft pop-up shops it runs this year to eight.
The activity also includes the Belladrum, Download, Latitude, Reading & Leeds, Isle of Wight and Creamfields.
Last year, the company sold approximately £110,000-worth of stock and served 10,000 customers per day, per festival.
The stores feature 220 lines, 18 tills and 24-hour staffing, with employees on the project expected to work 55.5 hours per week.
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