Whatever the image, rarely is comfort synonymous with fashion. However, ECCO has managed to bridge the gap between form and function. ECCO is one of the largest producers of casual shoes in the world. Below is the Ecco information like contact number, store locations, hours, email, address and near me locations of Ecco.
Ecco in Wellington City Phone : +64 4-499 5580
Weekdays hours: Mon to Thu: 9:00 am - 5:30 pm / Fri: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Weekends hours: Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm / Sun: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Ecco in Wellington City Address : 39 Willis St, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand
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Ecco Regular Business Hours
What time does the Ecco Store Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Ecco
The hours of operation change during the holiday season. The majority of the stores will adjust hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
24 December : 9am – 5pm
25 December : Closed
26 December : 10am – 5pm
27 December – 28 December : 10am – 5:30 pm
29 December : 10am – 5pm
30 December : 10am – 4pm
31 December : 10am – 5:30pm
1 January : Closed
2 January : 10am – 4pm
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About Ecco NZ
Karl Toosbuy – the founder of ECCO – had a dream. He wanted to own a shoe factory and run his own business. Trained from an early age as a shoemaker, he gradually rose through the ranks and by his early thirties, was managing a shoe factory in Copenhagen. The business, however, was not his.
The family decided to give up the security of a regular job, sell their home and move to Bredebro on the west coast of Denmark, just north of the German border. Karl and Birte Toosbuy and their 5-year-old daughter, Hanni, rented a small house and took over an empty factory built by the local community to help create jobs in what was a predominantly agricultural town.