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Portland-based lucy to open 3 new stores in March
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Mar '08
Just in time for spring, lucy activewear, an everyday performance apparel company focused on inspiring active, on-the-go women, will open three new stores in March as part of their new store expansion – making a total of 64 stores nationwide.

The lucy brand will bring positive energy and vitality to the metropolitan areas of San Francisco, Atlanta, and Kansas City by offering a unique place to find versatile, functional and stylish pieces for everyday performance. New lucy stores will open in San Francisco, CA on March 21st at Embarcadero Center 3, in Leawood, KS on March 21st at Town Center Plaza and in Marietta, GA on March 28th within the Avenue at East Cobb.

“We are excited to introduce the lucy brand to the women of Atlanta and Kansas City, and expand our presence in downtown San Francisco,” said Michelle Lantow, President of lucy activewear. “We feel that each of these markets will greatly appreciate the active fit, everyday style and performance our brand is renowned for.”

Each of these new locations will host a Grand Opening Event designed to launch lucy within the local community. lucy grand opening events offer the ultimate shopping experience with live music, organic hors d'oeuvres, and complimentary massages to refresh and rejuvenate.

The lucy brand carries an array of exclusive styles each season classified into four signature categories: active, energy, balance and essentials. The brand also offers three signature fabrics:lucy tech, lucy flex and lucy lux, that provide function and style for a variety of activities from running on the treadmill to running around the city.

In addition, many of lucy tops and pants come in lengths, giving women the opportunity to find the perfect combination to fit their personal style.

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