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Sundance Catalog opens second retail store

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It’s not all bad news on the retail front. The Sundance Catalog opened its second retail store on Oct. 4 at the Village at Corte Madera in Marin County, California.

Sundance’s retail stores offers many of the same items found in its catalog as well as an assortment of items unique to the retail environment.

In June 2007, Sundance opened a flagship store in Denver. At the time, DMNews reported that this was part of a planned national roll out of retail locations that was supposed to include 20 stores over the next four years. That store was designed to reflect the brand’s commitment supporting to environmental sensibility, and was constructed with recycled woods.

The second store features a stacked stone storefront fitted with steel and glass barn doors and reclaimed tobacco barn oakwood floors and fixturing.

Sundance doesn’t comment in the press release about any additional store openings.

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