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LOFT grand opening at The Summit

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LOFT has joined The Summit, opening on Friday, Feb. 28. LOFT is located between Yankee Candle and My Wedding Library, occupying 5,952-square-feet.

LOFT is one of five new tenants to have joined the outdoor fashion center since November 2013. It is the only location in northern Nevada, with the next closest store located in northern California.

LOFT offers versatile, accessible and affordable fashion with feminine appeal, special and unexpected details and a flattering fit. They offer more relaxed fashions for work and home, and carry a unique style catering to all women including classic styled suits, separates, dresses, shoes and accessories.

“We are so excited to welcome LOFT to northern Nevada and The Summit,” said Alexia Bratiotis, general manager at The Summit. “We look forward to offering our shoppers a great experience with the addition of LOFT, an exclusive tenant here at the center.”

The store is currently hiring sales associate and lead associate positions. Applicants are encouraged to apply for a position by coming into the store once it is open and filling out an application, or applying online at www.anncareers.com.

For more information regarding The Summit, please call 775-853-7800 or visit TheSummitonline.com/reno or facebook.com/thesummitreno.

Victoria Janicke
Victoria Janicke
Torri is back in Reno in pursuit of what sets her soul on fire: documenting social issues and following stories wherever she goes. After her last freelance story with ThisIsReno in 2014, Torri has spent the past four years as a bilingual advocate for victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and other traumatic crimes in diverse cities from San Diego to the rural deep South where she earned her master's degree in social work. There, she developed a successful non-profit food pantry on campus, established, and created a disaster relief initiative for the School of Social Work and even volunteered to support refugees in Iraqi Kurdistan over a winter holiday break.

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