New Mall Shops Open in Time For Holidays

Several new and seasonal Mall at Rockingham Park stores are opening.

By the Mall at Rockingham Park

The Mall at Rockingham Park, a Simon property, announced new shops and eatery options will open just in time for the holiday shopping season. Garage opened their doors this week and Tutti Frutti, Select Comfort, and The Art of Eyebrows will open by the end of the month. Seasonal tenants including See’s Candies and Hickory Farms which have recently opened and A Christmas to Remember will open in the coming weeks.

“There couldn’t be a more opportune time to welcome these shops to The Mall at Rockingham Park,” said Cindy Hall, General Manager of The Mall at Rockingham Park. “We’re sure our shoppers will love the broad assortment and exclusive products they all have to offer during this holiday season.”

New Stores

Garage, Now OPEN

This Canadian-based store is bringing fresh styles and casual fashions to The Mall at Rockingham Park. Young and teenage girls will have their wish list of favorite fashion pieces and accessories to pick up when they visit this store on the Level 1 between jcpenney & Sears. 

Tutti Frutti, Opening November 17th

Tutti Frutti, a specialty frozen yogurt shop, will open on Level 1 near Macy’s.  With cutting edge flavors, this innovative self serve frozen yogurt shop is set to celebrate its Grand Opening on Saturday, Nov. 17 offering any size yogurt for $1 from 12 to 5 p.m. The first 150 customers will have a chance to win an iPad Mini and an iPod Nano.

Additionally, Tutti Fruitti is still hiring. For those interested, please contact tuttifruttinh@gmail.com.

Select Comfort, Opening November 21st

Known for its wildly popular Sleep Number mattress collection, Select Comfort will open their doors before Black Friday to provide shoppers the best sleep experience. Select Comfort, which will be on the Upper Level near Macy’s, will have a wide range of mattress offerings that fit your budget and support needs. 

Art of Eyebrows, Re-opening late November

Providing women with a more natural beauty regimen for removing unwanted eyebrow hair, Art of Eyebrows is relocating from Level 1 to a larger space on Level 2. Unlike tweezing or plucking, Art of Eyebrows’ technique of threading is much more precise and quicker. The process of threading does not use any harmful products and is pain free.

Seasonal Shops

Hickory Farms, Now OPEN

Known for gift basket options that include meats, cheeses, sweets, nuts and more, Hickory Farms will provide a wide variety of gourmet food gift baskets to help celebrate the special people and moments in your life. The rich, savory baskets are available on the Level 1 near jcpenney and filled with fresh, quality ingredients so your gift recipients can enjoy treats with incredible taste.

See’s Candies, Now OPEN

Shoppers can make a sweet stop at See’s Candies on the upper level in front of Lord & Taylor. Using the finest, freshest ingredients in every recipe, See’s Candies will have a wide assortment from chocolates to candies. Be sure to stop by this sweet shop as every customer gets a free sample.

A Christmas to Remember, Opening late November

Stop into A Christmas to Remember, which will be located near Sears on Level 2, to find decorations and gift items that can be customized to treasure your holiday memories forever.

These exciting additions join Microsoft, Art of Shaving, and Fanzz which have also opened at the shopping center this year.

Jacob Wadsworth November 22, 2012 at 09:34 AM
This will be an exciting addition in the community for the holidays. People just want to flock in malls to shop for their favorite items especially that the holiday season offers so many great deals and discounts. - http://www.newairbedsales.com/


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