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New Summit tenants ready for holiday shopping season



image0011-300x126-4085986-9103285Nearing the busy retail season, The Summit is excited to announce the addition of six new stores at the outdoor fashion center in the coming months, making a significant economic impact in the northern Nevada area. New tenant announcements include All American Sports Fan, Ann Taylor Loft, DeVon’s Jewelers , Go! Calendar, Got Pho? and Reno Blow Dry Bar.

The oldest licensed team shop in the U.S., All American Sports Fan offers sports fans professional and collegiate licensed merchandise, including hats, jerseys, t-shirts, sweatshirts, novelty items and more. Opening Nov. 16, All American Sports Fan will be in Ste. 808, near Pacific Sunwear.

A former tenant of The Summit, Ann Taylor Loft will re-join the center in early spring 2014. The Loft, which will be in Ste. 620 between Yankee Candle and My Wedding Library, offers versatile, accessible and affordable fashion with feminine appeal, special and unexpected details and a flattering fit. The Personal Shopper Lounge, which previously occupied the space, has been relocated to Ste. 500 next to Legacy Nails.

In November, DeVon’s Jewelers will open its new store at The Summit, a relocation from Meadowood Mall. One of 12 fine jewelry stores in Northern California and Nevada, DeVon’s Jewelers carries a variety of well-known brands including Pandora, Tacori, Rolex and more. They offer a large selection of loose diamonds, high quality bridal jewelry and fashion jewelry in all price ranges. Their newly constructed space is located next to Starbucks Coffee in Ste. 402A.

Go! Calendar, a seasonal shop open through Jan. 31, 2014, is open in Ste. 122 between Old Navy and Gymboree. The store offers calendars, games, books and toy products for all ages and interests.

Got Pho?, a Vietnamese restaurant will open at The Summit in Ste. 910 between Buffalo Wild Wings and Snip-its before the year’s end. The restaurant offers everything from noodle soup, rice and broths to flavorful stir-fry with vibrant vegetables and marinated meats for lunch and dinner. The restaurant ensures nothing is pre-made and everything is healthy, using only light oils and salts.

Now open, and the first blow dry bar to open in northern Nevada, Reno Blow Dry Bar offers blowouts and styling to men and women without cutting or coloring hair. Guests can relax with a glass of wine, bubbly or fruit infused water and choose the perfect blowout for their occasion. A variety of signature blowouts, including the “Tahoe” and “Reno” blowouts are offered at an affordable price, along with hair repair treatments, hand massages and other services. The modern, spa-like blow dry bar is in Ste. 403 between Claire’s and Verizon Wireless.

“This variety of new retailers offers shoppers even more reasons to visit and spend time at The Summit,” said Alexia Bratiotis, general manager of The Summit. “Announcing these openings is also a good indicator for Reno’s economic outlook.”

The new locations plan to hire accordingly. For hiring opportunities and for more information, please visit www.thesummitonline.com/reno or call 775-853-7800.

About the Summit

The Summit is at the intersection of I-580 and Mt. Rose Highway. It presents a compelling retail experience that gives today’s shopper new merchandise, restaurants and entertainment choices. Anchored by Dillard’s, Orvis and Old Navy, The Summit offers retail favorites Pottery Barn, Apple, Williams-Sonoma, Sephora and Charming Charlie among others. Outdoor elements include patios, fountains, fire pits, sitting areas and extensive landscaping, intended to provide a community gathering place. Center hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, visit www.thesummitonline.com.

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