Last Friday PUMA® debuted a unique new retail concept with the opening of their second Chicago store on State and Randolph, in a two-floor, 8,000 square-foot space!
The PUMA State Street Opening Event Is Today!
Tuesday, December 1 from 4 pm to 8 pm.
The PUMA Store, 108 N. State Street, 312-263-9006
Local celebrities, athletes, and stylists – including Second City Style Managing Editor Carol Calacci – will work the floor with the retail team. Their “wages” will be donated to the Chicago Red Stars Charitable Foundation. The evening’s “employees” are set to include members of the Chicago Red Stars and current Second City performers, (not to be confused with Second City Style bloggers, although possibly just as humorous!) The celebration will include sweets, prizes and other goodies. The night concludes with Chicago favorites the Jump Smokers performing live from 7 pm to 8 pm.
For the first time in a U.S. based PUMA Store, the State Street location features product that spans the entire PUMA brand, including sport-performance, sportlifestyle, and sport-fashion. The PUMA Store State Street stocks everything from soccer cleats and performance running sneakers, to sport-fashion collections like PUMA by Mihara Yasuhiro and Rudolph Dassler Schuhfabrik by PUMA. This store will also house essential PUMA collections such as PUMA Archive and PUMA-EVISU Denim.
Jeff Dunn, PUMA North America’s Vice President of Retail, explains, “We chose Chicago and State Street because of its location, the city culture, and the local community known for their love of shopping, sports, creativity, and innovation. We feel that this will be a great home for PUMA, and a place the local Chicago consumer will truly embrace.”
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