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Work wear retailer Boot Barn opens new store in Colorado
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Sep '13
Boot Barn, America's largest western and work wear retailer, will celebrate the opening of its newest store in Greeley, Colorado, on 29th Street just west of Greeley Mall. The store is now open, with the official Grand Opening Sale scheduled to begin September 27th at 10am and will continue through September 29th. The over 13,000 square foot store will serve the Greeley community and is the seventh Boot Barn location in Colorado.

Boot Barn offers boots, jeans, hats, shirts, outerwear, protective work wear, belts and accessories for western and work customers. For over 30 years Boot Barn has focused on providing superior service and the largest selection of quality brands including Wrangler, Ariat, Justin, Carhartt, Wolverine, Levi's, Dan Post, Resistol, Cinch, Timberland PRO, Corral, Miss Me, Double H and Chippewa at great prices.

"We'd like to invite all of our neighbors in Greeley and Fort Collins to come on by and help us celebrate our Grand Opening," said Amy Inabinet, Director of Marketing, Boot Barn. "We've worked hard to stock our shelves with the largest selection of the most trusted brands of western and work boots and apparel, with 3,300 pairs of boots in stock. Plus, we have Fit Experts to help our customers find the right size and style”.

Boot Barn has been outfitting the West since 1978 and is America's largest western and work wear retailer. With the opening of the new store in Greeley, Boot Barn has 152 stores from coast to coast and online shopping via their mobile-friendly website. Boot Barn is the official western retailer of the PRCA and NFR, and supports over 500 rodeos and western events every year.

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