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Boot Barn opens new store at Bear Creek Plaza in Oregon
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Jan '12
Boot Barn, the nation's largest retailer of western and work boots and apparel, recently opened a new store at the Bear Creek Plaza in Medford, next to T.J.Maxx, at 840 Biddle Road. This newest addition leaves only one vacancy in the entire Plaza – approximately 13,500 sq' between Boot Barn and T.J. Maxx.

“We are excited to open our second Oregon store in Medford,” said Patrick Meany, CEO, Boot Barn.

For over 30 years Boot Barn has solely focused on offering the largest selection of quality, top-brand boots, jeans, shirts, outerwear, protective work wear, belts and accessories, including Wrangler, Ariat, Justin, Carhartt, Wolverine, Levi's, Resistol, Miss Me, Uggs and Cinch - at the lowest prices, guaranteed.

The store periodically offers special promotions and sweepstakes, where shoppers can participate to win prizes and giveaways. Boot Barn prides itself on excellent customer service, and invites everyone to visit their new store to see the full line of products they carry.

Boot Barn has been outfitting the West since 1978. Boot Barn operates retail stores in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, Colorado, Montana and Oregon, all offering the largest selection, best service and lowest prices – guaranteed.

The new Boot Barn is located at the Bear Creek Plaza – one of the top shopping destinations in Southern Oregon, with anchor tenants such as TJ Maxx and Bi-Mart, along with 25 other stores. With the addition of Boot Barn, Bear Creek Plaza has only a single 13,500 sq foot space available that is a brand new remodel directly adjacent to TJ Maxx and Boot Barn.

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