Priceline is the latest retailer to announce plans to open a new retail location in Puyallup, Colorado.
The company is also set to open stores in San Antonio and Austin.
Prestige Brands, Inc., an ad company that specializes in helping retailers raise cash, will also open a store in the Puyallsup area.
It will operate as a standalone store.
With so many brands and brands in one location, you’ll be able to target your customers more effectively and deliver better service, said Paul Elam, president and CEO of Prestige Brands.
“You can see what brands you want to target and you can tailor that to your customers, and you’ll have a more consistent experience for them,” he said.
For example, if you’re in a high-end luxury store, you might want to focus on a particular brand like Louis Vuitton or Gucci, he said, or you might be interested in a certain type of luxury vehicle.
You can get more personalized advice and recommendations from the people you know, said Prestige’s Elam.
We see a lot of brands and retailers trying to create a new experience for customers and get a better return on that investment, said Kevin McNeil, vice president of marketing for Prestige.
You have to be flexible.
You have to understand what customers want.
And we have a great team of people who do that,” he added.
When you shop at Prestige, the company says, you can choose from more than 300 brands and accessories including clothes, shoes, apparel, accessories, and more.
Prestature is expanding its retail footprint, opening a store at the former Stumpys Jewelers location in the West End, and opening a new store at 3102 Broadway in Pomeroy. “
It’s not just about the products, it’s about how you use them,” said McNeil.
Prestature is expanding its retail footprint, opening a store at the former Stumpys Jewelers location in the West End, and opening a new store at 3102 Broadway in Pomeroy.
As of Dec. 31, the Prestige brand was valued at $1.8 billion.
Predictably, the online shopping giant is already seeing interest in its online store.
Prestigie, which launched in 2015, said its online shopping business has grown by 40% in the past year and more than 4 million customers have used Prestigie to shop online.
In 2016, the website generated nearly $4 billion in online sales, including more than $2 billion in merchandise sales, according to data from the online retailer.
The Prestigies store has already seen strong demand, said company spokesman Paul Eland.
If the business keeps growing and the demand continues, it will be a significant boost to our overall business, he noted.