The Bombay Company Brand Launches at Kroger Co. Stores

NEW YORK-After its return to market last year, The Bombay Company brand is back at retail starting this month, as merchandise will be available at 180 Kroger Co. stores nationwide, including Dillons Marketplace, Fred Meyer, Fry's Marketplace, King Soopers, Kroger Marketplace and Smith's Marketplace locations.

The retailers will feature the collection's decor items, including mirrors, vases and novelty accents, as well as furniture pieces such as chairs, upholstered pieces, accent and coffee tables. The Bombay items will only be available in store.

"Bombay has always stood for value luxury and time-tested quality," said Wil Hollands, president of Hermes-Otto International, the owner of The Bombay Company brand. "We are proud to partner with a group of retailers that represent those same qualities and are excited that consumers across the country will once again be able to shop for Bombay products in store."

Select doors will merchandise its Bombay offering in a branded soft shop to showcase the range of the collection. The items range in price from approximately $6.99 - $399.99.

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