Don't let the name fool you. Duluth Trading Co. does not have a location in the loon state, but that's about to change. The Madison-based chain plans to open a store in Bloomington (9801 Lyndale Ave. S.; duluthtrading.com/stores) by early winter. The...
Columbus, Ohio-based DSW Inc. has opened four new stores, located in New York, Wisconsin, Texas and New Jersey. The New York store is located in Sangertown Square Mall in New Hartford; the Wisconsin store is located in East Town Plaza in Madison; the...
Destination Maternity announced an exclusive retail partnership with acclaimed photographer Anne Geddes as well as the launch of the U.S. edition of my Pregnancy: A Woman's Story.
/PRNewswire/ -- Sears Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: SHLD) announced today the completion of the sale of eleven Sears full line store locations to General Growth Properties for $270 million. Sears has received the sale proceeds and the stores will continue to operate as Sears locations into 2013 or 2014 with final closing dates to be determined and announced later this year. Each of the Sears stores was part of an existing General Growth property.Â The transaction included the list of owned and leased stores listed below. 1450 ALA MOANA BLVD Honolulu HI Leased 1481 CORAL RIDGE AVE Coralville IA Owned
Smack Apparel, makers of Tressel's Tattoo and Pawn t-shirt has Michigan fans smiling again with its latest spoof. TAMPA, Fla., June 2, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY: To Michigan fans those are the four most obnoxious words in the English language, especially when uttered by some loud, arrogant Buckeye fan bragging about THE Ohio State's 9-1 record against the Wolverines in the last decade. But the times, oh how they are changing. News stories continue to roll out of Columbus about misdeeds and scandal involving Ohio State, Jim Tressel, and now possibly their president and athletic
Fashion designer Tory Burch's new stores are on a roll. Her London flagship, opening this month, is the 46th Tory Burch boutique. More are on the way — a new lease has just been inked for a New York store at 68th and Madison — and all this from a business that's only six years old.