San Francisco-based PBTeen, a subsidiary of Williams-Sonoma Inc., will open its first store on the West Coast. The new store, located in the Westfield Galleria at Roseville in Sacramento, Calif., will feature the retailer’s new gear assortment, including backpacks, lunch bags and messenger bags. The store will be anchored around a PBteen Design Lab, which will include two computer stations where customers can create a room on the monitors and see it come to life on one of two 55-in. television screens overhead. In addition to the Roseville store, PBteen operates retail showrooms in Atlanta, Chicago, New York City,
GoldMax USA plans to open 100 new stores in the U.S. in 2012, including five to 10 stores in Minnesota and 30 stores in the Dallas metro area. The chain already opened its first two stores in Texas, at 3601 S. Cooper St. in Arlington and at 2193 E. Buckingham Rd. in Richardson, as well as its first store in Minnesota in Roseville. Later in the year, it plans to open a location at the Mall of America in Bloomington. “People of all ages and economic backgrounds are rummaging through their jewelry boxes, closets and drawers, attics or basements
Best Buy on Thursday announced the expansion of Magnolia, the company’s premium home entertainment and electronics brand, in California. The company will open in-store Magnolia Design Centers this week in two Best Buy stores in San Francisco. And two Magnolia Design Centers, in Best Buy stores in Roseville and San Carlos, opened their doors for business in recent weeks as well.The new Magnolia Design Center showrooms located within Best Buy locations include a fully functioning theater, great room and an outdoor living space. Within the space are lifestyle vignettes that focus on rooms throughout the home. For example, the
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Target Corp. on Tuesday defended the use of its new freedom to spend money on political campaigns as employees and gay organizations criticized a $150,000 donation that will help a Minnesota GOP gubernatorial candidate who opposes gay marriage.