Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada-based Silver Jeans Co. has announced the locations for its first five retail stores, kicking off the brand's global retail strategy. Silver Jeans Co. will open its first "loft" this July in The Woodlands Mall in The Woodlands,...
Deft, Netherlands-based IKEA will open a store in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Located at Kenaston Boulevard and Sterling Lyon Parkway, the 395,671-sq.-ft. store will feature 55 inspirational room settings, two full homes, more than 650 seats in the...
Source: RDM Marketing World Wide Winnipeg, Canada, May 13, 2012 --( PR.com )-- RDM Marketing World Wide, an Internet Marketing Company based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, has announced today that the company is launching a new website, Ramona's Online Shopping Store. The new website has numerous products and categories for every room in the home or office. The new website can be found at http://www.RamonasOnlineShoppingStore.ca “The main objective and goal for the new website, Ramona's Online Shopping Store, is placed on building an outstanding shopping experience that interested and potential customers will
Cabela’s reported a fourth-quarter net income of $69.8 million, compared with $66.3 million last year. The company also announced plans to open a smaller-sized format, called Cabela’s Outpost Store, designed for markets with less than 250,000 people.
If you’re feeling nostalgic for the old Winnipeg Jets logo, you better move fast. True North Sports & Entertainment, which owns the latest incarnation of Winnipeg’s NHL franchise, has bought the trademarks for the original team’s logos from the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s and retailers say once their current stock of retro T-shirts, hats and jerseys runs out, they won’t be available for an indefinite time.
The buzz over the new Winnipeg Jets logo continued as the team was forced to close its store over the weekend because it anticipated having no stock to sell. Jets Director of Communications Scott Brown said the Jets Gear store at the MTS Centre sold all 1,900 hats it had brought in. By mid-day Saturday, the team had processed more than 1,200 on-site transactions and expected to be sold out of all the rest of the nearly $200,000 of stock before the end of the day.