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Women’s clothing retailer to open store at Beavercreek shopping center

A women’s retailer will open a store location at The Greene Town Center in July.

Dry Goods, a clothing brand for women owned by Von Maur, will open a new store at The Greene during the summer. Owned by department store chain Von Maur, Dry Goods is a “new generation of stores” created for young shoppers. The stores sell clothing, jewelry and accessories.

They will be locating in the former 3,642 sf Ann Taylor space at 4433 Glengarry Drive between Banana Republic & Eddie Bauer. Dry Goods opened its first location in 2010 in Aurora, Ill. 

“We are pleased to expand our presence in Ohio and look forward to joining a great mix of retailers at The Greene Town Center. We are confident that area shoppers will appreciate our beautiful store, exciting merchandise and excellent customer service,” said Lindsay Caltagirone, vice-president of DRY GOODS. 

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“Dry Goods has an ever-changing selection of today’s newest fashions. From clothing to jewelry to accessories, Dry Goods has everything you’ll need to pull together your latest look,” according to its website.

The brand will open 12 new stores this year, including two stores in Columbus and another in Akron. Dry Goods already has a location open at the Kenwood Towne Center in Cincinnati.


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