Westfield Franklin Park announces new tenantsWritten by Staff Reports | | firstname.lastname@example.org
Westfield Franklin Park has announced several new stores that are expected open in 2006.
Forever 21, a continuously changing fashion store, will open, along with Hollister Co., For Love 21, Diamonds Forever, Elephant Bar and Trade Secret, a salon offering women beauty treatments and products at value prices-including 3,000 of the newest products on the market.
In the past year, Westfield has brought in several new retailers, including Sole Outdoors, Steven’s Salon, Brookstone, Yankee Candle, Radio Shack, Talbot’s, Torrid, Select Comfort, Nori Japan, Lindt Chocolate, Man Alive and American Greetings.
Shoppers can visit the mall’s newest tenants and take part in holiday festivities as well. Now through Christmas Eve, Santa will visit with over 12,000 children as they share.
Westfield has brand new holiday dÈcor set throughout the center. In addition to the rustic garland theme throughout, Westfield also has a new Santa Land. Santa Land features a large entry archway with three animated animal scenes and interactive tree house windows. A unique feature to this wonderland is the Toledo Frog located on the fountain facing Marshall Field’s. Studio Artefact, the design company that designed the set created a frog balancing holiday gifts on a tree stump.
Each week, a new Reindeer Trading Card is available. Children can collect all 10. Join by visiting the Concierge booth located between center court and the new expansion. For a limited time, Santa will pass out his card to everyone who visits. Membership is free and participants will receive a membership card, poster, trading cards and exclusive discounts at Cousino’s Restaurants.
Westfield will also participate in the St. Jude Children’s Hospital Thanks & Giving campaign. Through the holiday season shoppers may purchase St. Jude’s bracelets from the Shopping Concierge Center for $2. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the services and research programs of St. Jude Children’s Hospital.