SAN FRANCISCO—The San Francisco Airport (SFO) has revealed plans to submit a request for proposals in regards to the International Terminal Duty Free and Luxury stores for next spring.

The International Terminal houses boarding areas A and G, and was designed by Craig W. Hartman.

According to TRBusiness, “The current duty-free lease at SFO expires on December 31, 2017,” as stated by Doug Yakel, the Marketing and Public Information officer of the San Francisco Airport.

Companies are asked for their input regarding matters of business on the lease, which will be up for renewal in spring 2017. The request is for feedback by any qualifying companies, which would meet requirements of having a minimum 5 years of experience with duty-free or luxury shop operations within an international airport. There is also a prerequisite for companies that have a minimum of $50 million in annual sales.

Companies who are willing and able to fulfill the necessary stipulations are asked to submit information to Company name, the international airport that houses the store, the company’s annual sales volume, as well as contact information is needed. Proposals should be submitted no later than Wednesday, November 30, at 5 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.