MRG opens one-stop shop for travel essentials and F&B at Reagan Airport

By Luke Barras-hill |

Marshall Retail Group (MRG) has unveiled its latest food and beverage concept at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

The Café at DCA, which is situated at the north and south security checkpoints in Terminal 2, serves coffee, heat and serve sandwiches and snacks from Cameron’s Coffee & Chocolates, plus a selection of souvenirs, books, magazines and other items.

“We are so thrilled to launch yet another concept in partnership with the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport,” said Toby Keir, CEO of MRG and InMotion.

“The Café at DCA provides a warm and inviting environment for airport guests to either grab n’ go or sit and relax.”

Mike DiCosola, President of MarketPlace Development, which works with airports and airlines to develop retail concessions programmes at a number of US airports including DCA, Washington Dulles International and Boston Logan International, added: “The Café at DCA is a great addition to our evolving retail mix at Reagan National Airport.

The Café at DCA features in two locations at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. 

“MRG is a valued partner at DCA, and their brands continue to enhance the concessions experience we offer for travellers.”

Each café supports a local business employing adults living with intellectual disabilities through its ‘Every1 Can Work’ initiative.

In addition to The Café at DCA, MRG operates Capitol File News, America! and two InMotion storefronts at the airport, with two retail concepts forthcoming.

Images courtesy of David Buerk.


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