USA: JOE BOXER To Open Own Retail Outlets
Boxer Holdings, Inc is to open its own outlet stores, the company announced recently. The company has signed a deal with MOST LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hub Distributing, Inc which means that the entire JOE BOXER range will be available under one roof for the first time."It's a wonderful opportunity for our customers, the stores will offer everything JOE BOXER makes at everyday great prices,"said Nicholas Graham, founder of the apparel and lifestyle company. The first two stores open this August in Las Vegas, NV and Barstow, CA. Three more stores will open mid-October in San Marcos, TX, Gilroy, CA and Woodburn, OR. Each store will showcase the entire JOE BOXER range of men's, women's, kid's and home."The space is configured for the most flexibility. As we add categories we will be able to easily reconfigure the space," added Graham.Hub Distributing, Inc and its subsidiaries own and operate Millers Outpost/Anchor Blue, a chain of 215 specialty stores featuring its own Anchor Blue brand and name brand casual clothing for young men and women; Levi's/Dockers Outlets by MOST, with 56 outlet locations; and Juxtapose, a chain of 18 stores that feature a fashion-forward national brand assortment for Juniors.JOE BOXER is a lifestyle brand producing apparel, accessories and home furnishings for men, women and children. Product is currently distributed throughout the US in over 2,500 department stores, specialty shops and catalogues. JOE BOXER is also produced under license in Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand and the UK. Log on to
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