New retailers come to Sevenoaks Shopping Centre

Sevenoaks Shopping Centre in Abbotsford has added new stores to its retail mix.

Sevenoaks Shopping Centre in Abbotsford has added new stores to its retail mix.

Bath & Body Works is one of the largest specialty retailers of beauty and personal care items.

The Children’s Place is a specialty retail store with apparel and accessories.

Boathouse offers brands such as Quiksilver, Roxy, Billabong, Volcom, Element and Circa.

DavidsTea retails loose leaf tea and tea accessories.

“We are very excited that these stores have opened or opening soon at Sevenoaks Shopping Centre,” said Wendy Schultz, general manager at Sevenoaks. “These brands are very popular with consumers. We know that our customers are excited to hear that they are part of our centre.

“These stores, and the updating of other stores in our centre, demonstrate our commitment to respond to the needs of our community,” she added. “These brands are keen to have a presence in Abbotsford and in particular, Sevenoaks Shopping Centre.”

Stores that have been renovated, or are in the process of upgrading to contemporary store designs include: A&W, Bell, New York Fries, GNC, Shefield Express, Koya, and Manchu Wok.

In addition, Hallmark and Ardene have changed locations and expanded their retail offering.

Soon Claire’s, too, will be moving to a new home next to The Children’s Place.

Parisotto’s Independent Grocer (formerly known as Extra Foods) celebrated a grand opening on Aug. 26.

As of Sept. 1, C.M Jewellers will be conducting business in the location formerly known as Tara Jewellers.

During these upgrades, Sevenoaks will be open during its regular hours. For updates and information, visit shopsevenoaks.com.

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