Pottery Barn subsidiary makes Maryland debut; features high-tech Design Lab
San Francisco – PBteen, a subsidiary of the Pottery Barn brand of Williams-Sonoma Inc., will open its first Annapolis, Md., store at the Westfield Annapolis shopping center on July 20. The store will include the PBteen Design Lab, which allows shoppers to digitally create room designs using drag-and-drop technology on a computer monitor.
“We are excited to open the first PBteen store in Maryland and to complete our family of Pottery Barn brands in this region,” said Sandra Stangl, president, Pottery Barn Brands. “We have many loyal customers in the Annapolis area and are thrilled to bring them PBteen’s personal in-store experience just in time for back-to-school shopping.”
99 Cents Only opens new stores
City of Commerce, Calif. – 99 Cents Only Stores is opening new stores in Santa Fe Springs, Calif. and Kingman, Ariz. on July 25. Both will be the first 99 Cents Only stores in those municipalities.
The retailer will be offering special 99-cent deals on items such as flat-screen TVs and scooters to the first customers in line on opening day.
First Field & Stream specialty store to open Aug. 16
Cranberry Township, Pa. — The Dick’s Sporting Goods new Field & Stream specialty concept will make its debut next month at 1000 Cranberry Square Drive in Cranberry Township, Pa., near Dick’s headquarters in Pittsburgh.
The new store, which grand-opens on August 16, will offer an assortment of outdoor equipment, accessories and services in hunting, fishing, archery, camping and more. The concept was inspired by the 140-year-old Field & Stream brand, which Dick’s acquired in September 2012. A second Field & Stream store is expected to open this fall in Northern Kentucky, at Buttermilk Towne Center in Crescent Springs.
"We are proud to open our initial Field & Stream store in Cranberry Township," said Jack Barnes, general merchandise manager, Field & Stream. "We look forward to providing great brands, products and customer service to all outdoor enthusiasts."