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Hull Storey Gibson acquires Mount Berry Square Mall

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Rome, Ga. — Augusta, Ga.-based Hull Storey Gibson Companies announced its acquisition of Mount Berry Square Mall in Rome, Ga.

The 476,778-sq.-ft. mall is anchored by Belk, J.C. Penney and Sears.

“Mount Berry Square Mall has the potential to become a regional fashion destination serving Rome and the surrounding areas,” said Jim Hull, managing partner of Hull Storey Gibson. “We plan to invest the time and capital needed to improve the shopping experience for the mall’s customers.” The company will handle the leasing, property management, construction and redevelopment of Mount Berry Square Mall.

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Buffalo Wild Wings, PetSmart to open at Rochester Crossing

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Rochester, N.H. — Boston-based The Wilder Cos. said that Buffalo Wild Wings opened on Sept. 30 at Rochester Crossing, in Rochester, N.H., and will be joined by a 12,157-sq.-ft. PetSmart store in spring 2013.

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Sembler lays plans to expand tenant enhancement program

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St. Petersburg, Fla. — After launching an enhancement program designed to assist tenants toward ramping up sales, Sembler Co. said it will be expanding its “Sembler Advantage” program portfolio-wide.

Currently, 30 tenants have completed the program, according to Sembler, and have learned tips and techniques for jump-starting a small business, such as incentivizing employees to bring in new business.

Tenant mentorship is a key element of the Sembler Advantage program, as are creating center-wide marketing events, launching a secret shopper program and forging strategic community partnerships.

“We ultimately want to make Sembler Advantage available to retailers in all our centers across the Southeast and Puerto Rico,” said Sembler CEO Ron Wheeler. “It’s just makes good business sense to provide a way for our tenants to meet their numbers.”

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