Glasgow 2014 opened its superstore on George Square today as fans were treated to a 100-strong flashmob in the Commonwealth Games host city.
Clyde played a key role in the dance routine before joining Glasgow 2014 chief executive David Grevemberg to cut the ribbon and officially open the new store.
"The opening of the shop to the public marks the 25 day countdown to the Games and you can really feel the momentum building now," he said.
"The sheer scale and size of the store and great range of merchandise on offer will ensure that customers will be able to enjoy a fantastic Games shopping experience."
The superstore in the heart of Glasgow will sell a large range of official Games merchandise and will also stock a number of special edition products which would normally only be available at Games venues.
All Team Scotland merchandise will be available in the shop which is one of more than 40 retail units which will operate across the city and in venues.
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