Wet Seal To Open Holiday Pop-ups

Wet Seal Holiday 2016
Wet Seal Holiday 2016 (PRNewsFoto/Wet Seal)

Wet Seal, a favorite of the Gen-Yer and Gen-Zer generations, announced the opening 13 pop-up locations during the 2016 holiday season at GGP regional shopping centers throughout the U.S.

“We see an opportunity for additional brick and mortar locations during the peak holiday season,” said Wet Seal CEO, Melanie Cox. “Customers have reached out to request the return of Wet Seal stores to their local areas, and we are pleased that we are able to meet that need.”

The temporary locations are slated to open simultaneously on Thursday, November 3, 2016. The Wet Seal, LLC and GGP have entered into this venture in response to a need for additional retail locations in anticipation of the busy holiday season. The stores will range from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet and will offer contemporary fashion and holiday gift giving items, all at a great value.

“We are focused on curating our shopping centers with the retailers that our customers want,” said Sandeep Mathrani, CEO of GGP. “Brick and mortar plays a significant role in the holiday-shopping experience, and through its pop-ups, GGP is excited to bring the Wet Seal brand to new communities.” www.wetseal.com

The Wet Seal pop-ups will open at the following locations: 
Tucson Mall- Tucson, AZ
Altamonte Mall- Altamonte, FL
North Point Mall- Alpharetta, GA
Cumberland Mall- Atlanta, GA
Perimeter Mall- Atlanta, GA
Peachtree Mall- Columbus, GA
Northbrook Court- Northbrook, IL
Rivertown Crossings- Grandville, MI
Woodbridge Center- Woodbridge, NJ
Sooner Mall- Norman, OK
Quail Springs Mall- Oklahoma City, OK
Park City Center- Lancaster, PA
Northtown Mall- Spokane, WA

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