Longines And The Brand’s Elegant Image Ambassador Aishwarya Rainey Welcomes The 2018 Queen’s Baton To The Newly Opened Longines Boutique In Sydney

Today, Longines is proud to announce the grand opening of its latest store in Sydney, Australia. At this special moment, Longines’s elegant ambassador Aishwarya Lei jointly with Longines Vice President and International Marketing Director Juan-Carlos Capelli presided over the official ribbon-cutting ceremony. As the official timekeeper of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and the official partner of the Queen’s Baton Relay journey, Longines is also very pleased to welcome the Queen’s Baton during the opening of the store.

   Juan-Carlos Capelli said, ‘We are proud to open a Longines Australian store in this remarkable location, giving customers and visitors the opportunity to explore our watches in an elegant space that embodies the brand philosophy. Longines is proud to be an upcoming In addition to serving as the official timekeeper of the Commonwealth Games, Longines is also a sponsor of track and field, gymnastics and seven-man rugby, and a co-sponsor of table tennis. We look forward to witnessing this intense 10-day competition Record-breaking performance. ‘
   Aishwarya Rai, Longines Ambassador of Elegance, said at the opening ceremony: ‘I am very happy to be here in Australia to host the opening of this beautiful boutique and I am honored to be here to welcome the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games The Queen’s Baton. I am proud to be part of the Longines family over the past decade, and I am also proud to be part of the Commonwealth. Let’s celebrate in advance that there will be 60 days in Australia The 2018 Commonwealth Games will certainly be very compact. ‘

   Amy Pejkovic, a Longines friend and an athlete, is responsible for bringing the Queen’s baton to the store. Next, just as the sun was going west of the Sydney Bridge, the young athlete wore a GC2018 designated watch, the Concas V.H.P. Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games watch, and took pictures. This outstanding watch is engraved with the Gold Coast 2018 logo and the words ‘Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games’ (Gold Coast 2018 21st Commonwealth Games).
   The Queen’s baton is responsible for transmitting the message of Queen Elizabeth II to a group of athletes. It has arrived in Australia on December 24, 2017. It is now in the province of Australia and will finally reach the Gold Coast on April 4, 2018. Opening ceremony of the 21st Commonwealth Games.

   Longines is proud to be the official timekeeper of this large-scale comprehensive sports event. The sports meeting will be held on the Gold Coast from April 4th to 15th, 2018. At that time, athletes from 70 Commonwealth countries and regions will gather for the championship.