Luxury goods company, Polo Luxury, has said it is proud to be expanding the brand of Rolex in Nigeria and doing so in a way that was beneficial to both Polo and its partners.
A statement from Polo, which retails high-end brands watch and jewellery brands, on Tuesday, indicated that the Managing Director of Polo Limited, John Obayuwana, said this at a gathering of Bovet collectors, where it showcased its latest timepieces.
Obayuwana said, “Bovet 1822 stands in a class of its own with over two centuries of timeless art and engineering brilliance. This is evident in every piece designed from the brand to date. For many years, Polo has represented Bovet 1822 in West Africa, and we are very proud to be expanding the Rolex presence in the country, upholding the highest standards of quality and service that are integral to both the brand and our own business.”
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The event was headlined by the global Vice President of Bovet 1822, Audrey Raffy, who flew in to grace the occasion. During the event, the gathering paid particular attention to the Bovet Amadeo Fleurier Virtuoso V Jumping Hours; the piece that could be transformed from a wristwatch to a pocket watch or even a table clock.
Polo Luxury is the leading luxury goods company in Nigeria. It was founded in 1987. It is the Nigerian partner of some of the luxury brands in the world such as Rolex, Cartier, Chopard, Piaget, Bovet, IWC Schaffhausen and Omega, Franck Muller, Montblanc accessories, and jewellery brands like Messika, and Yoko London, among.