At 43,000 total square feet and two stories, the UNIQLO Westfield Garden State Plaza store will be their largest mall store in the world and will serve as the prototype for UNIQLO's many future U.S. shopping mall locations.
Shin Odake, UNIQLO USA CEO and Richard LaBarbiera, Mayor of Paramus will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on opening day at 11:45AM and will officially open the doors at 12:00 noon.
"Friday will be a very special day for UNIQLO as we open our doors to New Jersey. At UNIQLO, it is important for us to be a responsible neighbor in the communities we operate in, and to improve the world through our clothing. We look forward to showing the patrons of Westfield Garden State Plaza our innovative products, exceptional customer service and brand philosophy," says UNIQLO USA CEO Shin Odake.
"We are pleased to welcome UNIQLO to the Paramus community. They have already stimulated the North Jersey job market by hiring more than 220 employees, and will help us continue to make Paramus a center of U.S. and global commerce," said Mayor Richard LaBarbiera.
UNIQLO Westfield Garden State Plaza consists of two floors with a separate street entrance on the main level in addition to the mall entrance. At each entrance area, UNIQLO shoppers will be welcomed by two large LCD monitor walls that can be seen from outside both entryways. Illuminated glass display windows will house mannequins featuring the latest product offerings from UNIQLO. The complete offering of UNIQLO products including men's and women's basics, Heattech, Premium Ultra Light Down, an endless array of colorful cashmere, and the new UNIQLO kids and babies collection.
In celebration of the grand opening of the New Jersey store, UNIQLO is offering special promotional pricing during grand opening weekend and the following week. UNIQLO NYC stores at 5th Ave, 34th St., and Soho will extend the celebration by also participating.
UNIQLO is a brand of Fast Retailing Co. (FR), a leading global Japanese retail holding company that designs, manufactures and sells clothing under five brands: Comptoir des Cotonniers, g.u., Princesse tam.tam, Theory, Helmut Lang and UNIQLO.
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