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Glen Mills area to have a new DSW store

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May '08
DSW a leading branded footwear specialty retailer, is pleased to announce the opening of a new store at the Concordville Town Centre in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania on May 22, 2008.

The store will be the 14th DSW location in the Philadelphia area. The 15,000 square foot DSW store will offer thousands of designer brands for women and men at remarkable prices.

The Concordville Town Centre location features hardwood floors, brick walls, and accent walls marked with DSW signature phrases.

Modern fixtures, sleek merchandise displays and comfortable seating create a remarkable shopping experience.

DSW is for the passionate shoe enthusiast and indulges customers who love to shop. The DSW self-service format allows customers to try on over 2,000 styles of designer dress, casual and athletic shoes.

Customers are also invited to join the award-winning DSW Rewards program and receive certificates toward future DSW purchases, while taking advantage of member-only offers and events.

As one of the nation's fastest growing specialty retailers, DSW is continuously opening new stores across the country. In 2007, DSW opened 37 stores in strategic markets.

In 2008, DSW plans to open at least 30 new stores. DSW also recently launched DSW.com in response to customers' requests to shop 24 hours, 7 days a week.

DSW Inc


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