From today, customers of Macy's Store in New York will be able to purchase a series of Samsung's product which includes smartphones, VR headsets, smart TV's, Family Hub refrigerator, wearable, and much more. For the first time the 1,000 square foot main floor of Macy Herald Square would have a host of an integrated Samsung ecosystem and customers can explore products such as The Frame, 4K UHD TV's, and other top-notch products.
Marc Mastronardi, Macy’s executive vice president of business development said
“At Macy’s, we are focused on providing what matters most to our customers – an even more engaging shopping experience and the best, most innovative products,”...“With the new Samsung experience at Macy’s Herald Square, we are creating an innovative and beautiful, one-of-a-kind digital playground in a flagship department store, featuring numerous installations and touch points for customer engagement.”
At Macy's Herald Square, customers will not only be exposed to a wide variety of Samsung's products, they will also enjoy a wonderful customer care service/assistance as they explore the store and purchase select products. Here is a glimpse of products that would be available in the Store. From Macy, you can now purchase the Gear VR with Controller powered by Oculus and get a roller coaster experience that you have only ever imagined. Also, you can get the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, and Galaxy Note8 smartphones. As for wearables, the Gear Sport, Gear Fit2 Pro, and Gear S3 will be available for grabs.
Macy Herald Square is the largest retail brand of Macy's, Inc. and it is known for its affordable extravagant products. This Store serves at least 45 states and 670 locations in the US as well as over 100 international locations via its online store at macys.com. Macy acknowledges events such as Macy's 4th of July Fireworks and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, as well as spectacular fashion shows, culinary events, flower shows and celebrity appearances. Besides the Herald Square in New York City, Macy also has the Union Square in San Francisco, State Street in Chicago, Dadeland in Miami and South Coast Plaza in southern California.