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Dick’s Sporting Goods opens El Paso store Sept. 20

BY Dan Berthiaume

Pittsburgh – Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. will open a new store in El Paso, Texas, on Sept. 20.

The El Paso location at The Fountains of Farah will be the retailer’s 20th store in the state of Texas and its 532nd nationwide. The new store will feature more than 40 in-store services performed by Dick’s certified pros.

"We look forward to opening our new Dick’S Sporting Goods in El Paso, becoming part of the community and serving athletes of all ages by providing them the equipment they need to excel," said Lauren Hobart, senior VP and chief marketing officer, Dick’s Sporting Goods.

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Rent-A-Center opens Boston store

BY Dan Berthiaume

Plano, Texas – Rent-A-Center is opening a new store at 1611 Blue Hill Avenue in the Mattapan neighborhood of Boston today.

Rent-A-Center operates 70 locations in the state of Massachusetts and more than 3,000 stores in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Canada, and Mexico. The company employs more than 21,000 workers.

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David Yurman opens boutique in Troy, Mich.

BY Dan Berthiaume

New York – David Yurman opens a new boutique at The Somerset Collection in Troy, Mich., today. Architectural firm Gabellini Sheppard Associates designed the 1,506-sq.-ft. location.

"As an American brand, we’re proud to make a home for ourselves here in the Detroit Metro area." says David Yurman president Carol Pennelli. "Our partnership with Somerset Collection allows us to provide the luxury retail experience that is signature to David Yurman. We’re thrilled to be in such extraordinary company."

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