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DownEast Clothing opens store at Queen Creek Marketplace
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Jun '14
High-style, low-price retailer DownEast announced that its newest location in the Greater Phoenix area is now open. Located in the Queen Creek Marketplace, the new DownEast Clothing store will carry the DownEast Basics line for women and girls, as well as some of the most popular other national fashion brands for women, men and children – at prices typically 50 to 70 percent off retail.
 
DownEast is rapidly becoming a recognized brand here, as the newest store will be the company’s eighth in the Greater Phoenix area. To celebrate the new Queen Creek Marketplace location, DownEast will host an official grand opening event – giving shoppers a chance to enter a “Shopping’s More Fun With Your Friends” giveaway.
 
“Shoppers in the Greater Phoenix area really seem to appreciate our offerings and ‘boutique on a budget’ philosophy. Our popularity here made opening another location an easy decision,” said DownEast CEO Klane Murphy. “We’re honored by the local consumer demand and look forward to introducing even more Arizonans to our affordable, guilt-free shopping experience.”
 
DownEast operates 57 locations throughout the West and has a national presence via its online store. In addition to the company’s popular clothing lines, two of the DownEast stores in the Greater Phoenix area – in the Mesa Pavilions in Mesa and San Tan Village in Gilbert – also carry home furnishings and décor.
 
DownEast Offers “Shopping’s More Fun With Your Friends” Giveaway
To celebrate the new opening, DownEast is offering a chance to enter a “Shopping’s More Fun With Your Friends” giveaway from Friday, July 4, to Friday, July 18, 2014. Customers will be able to register for the giveaway at the new DownEast Clothing store in the Queen Creek Marketplace. 
 
The new DownEast Clothing store is located just south of Target in suite 112 in the Queen Creek Marketplace at 21506 South Ellsworth Loop Road in Queen Creek. Shala Hambrick has been named as the store’s manager. Her retail management experience includes The Children’s Place and DownEast stores in both Chandler and Gilbert.
 

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