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DownEast expands Arizona footprint to meet shoppers' demand
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Oct '10
DownEast Basics, a high-style, low-price fashion retailer that specializes in trendy fashions as well as modest clothing, announced that it will celebrate the successful opening of two new Arizona stores by offering shoppers the chance to win a shopping spree with four friends at all of its Arizona locations in October.

DownEast's most recent openings include stores at the Arrowhead Town Center in Glendale and the Tempe Market Place in Tempe. The retailer now operates five stores in Arizona.

“Arizona has been a major focus for us in our recent expansion efforts,” said Klane Murphy, CEO, DownEast Basics. “The decision to open the new Tempe and Glendale locations was driven entirely by the growing demand we saw in the Greater Phoenix area for our high-style, low-price fashions. We look forward to continuing to provide our customers in Arizona with the fun, guilt-free shopping experiences they seek at our stores.”

Already, the two new locations are proving to be popular – generating even greater sales than expected based on previous Arizona store openings. To show customers its appreciation for their loyalty and support, DownEast will offer all of its Arizona shoppers a chance to enter a “Shopping's More Fun with Your Girlfriends” giveaway that will run from Friday, October 22 to Friday, October 29.

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