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Dry Goods to expand to 19 additional locations in 2019

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Dry Goods to expand to 19 additional locations in 2019
Dry Goods, a subsidiary of Von Maur Department Store, plans to open 19 additional locations in 2019, which will expand Dry Goods' footprint to 58 locations. The new locations are part of the boutique retailer's accelerated nationwide growth plans to showcase the latest fashion trends to young shoppers across the country. It had opened 12 stores in 2018.

The announcement will expand Dry Goods' footprint to 58 locations – once opened – across the country, including introducing the brand in seven new states and 19 new cities. For the first time ever, customers in Kansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota and Tennessee will experience the unique merchandise offered by the brand.

"We are thrilled to see the continued success and growth of Dry Goods," said Jim von Maur, president of Von Maur, the parent company of Dry Goods. "As our brand expands, we have the exciting opportunity to showcase our enticing assortment of merchandise and excellent customer service to new young shoppers across the country. We look forward to delivering an unmatched shopping experience at all of our new locations this year."

Dry Goods stores provide customers with a unique shopping experience, combining an ever-changing selection of the latest trend-setting apparel, accessories and giftables, visually inviting interiors, and unmatched customer service. (SV)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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