Boot Barn To Open a New Store in April


 
 
08:40 03/15/2017

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Boob Barn Holdings, Inc., America's largest western and work wear retailer, has announced that it will be opening a brand new store this April in Indiana and will celebrate the new location from April 7th to the 9th.

The new Boots Barn Superstore is located at 1200 E. Lewis and Clark Parkway in Clarksville. The store is in the Home Depot shopping center. It will be the company's 2nd store in Indiana.

There's something exciting about this particular Boot Barn location. The store is one of the first of its kind for Boot Barn. It features side-by-side western and work stores with a huge selection of work apparel and boots. The store is much larger than the other stores.

Boot Barn was found in 1979 and today has over 200 stores from coast to coast and an online website that's mobile friendly where customers can also shop. The store is known for its offerings of jeans, boots, hats, shirts, outerwear, belts, and accessories, for western and work customers. The store also has flame resistant apparel.

Brands sold at the stores include Ariat®, Wrangler®, Justin®, Cowgirl Tuff®, Miss Me®, Rock & Roll Cowgirl®, Grace in LA®, Panhandle®, Cinch®, Scully®, Rock & Roll Cowboy®, Timberland PRO®, and Dickies®.

Exclusive brands include Cody James®, Shyanne® and Moonshine Spirit™ by Brad Paisley.

Marketing Manager at Boot Barn, Tye Romano, commented, "We are excited to introduce Boot Barn to the Clarksville community."

"We're stocked with the largest selection of western and work boots and apparel -- everyone is sure to find the right style and size. We're inviting all our new neighbors to join us in celebrating our Grand Opening. Families can come and save $20 on all regularly priced boots over $100 and save $5 on all jeans, shirts and cowboy hats."

The new store location in Indiana is near another location that's in Louisville, Kentucky.


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