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Gucci chooses Prime Outlets

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Jun '09
Prime Retail, a Baltimore-based developer of outlet centers across the U.S. and Puerto Rico, announced today legendary designer Gucci will open its only outlet store in the greater Baltimore/Washington D.C. area at Prime Outlets - Queenstown, the upscale 298,000 square foot shopping center serving the Annapolis, Baltimore and Washington D.C. metro markets. The iconic label will celebrate the grand opening of its 6,000 square foot location, Saturday, July 4.

"We offer shoppers a comprehensive collection of globally-recognized designer and leading brand-names at Prime Outlets - Queenstown and are thrilled Gucci has chosen Prime Outlets - Queenstown as the home for it newest outlet store," said Marketing Manager Jackie May. "Gucci Outlet will certainly be a draw for our local shoppers along with those from nearby Baltimore and Washington, D.C., as well as tourists visiting our region."

The Gucci Outlet store at Prime Outlets - Queenstown will offer shoppers 30 to 50 percent off merchandise including clothing, footwear, handbags and accessories. It joins a comprehensive collection of stellar designer and brand-names such as Coach, Michael Kors, St. John, BCBG MAXAZRIA, Juicy Couture, Polo Ralph Lauren, Banana Republic and J.Crew at the regional shopping destination.

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