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Marmot Opens Union Square Flagship Store in San Francisco
Santa Rosa, (CA): Outdoor clothing, apparel and equipment manufacturer, Marmot Mountain, LLC, will open the company's flagship store early next month in the heart of San Francisco. The newly renovated space is located just one block off of Union Square at 165 Post Street (Post and Grant). This will be Marmot's largest retail store to date and will feature a wide assortment of the company's finest outdoor products.
Marmot, which was established in 1974 and is today headquartered in Santa Rosa, California, has been a leading outdoor apparel and equipment manufacturer for more than three decades. In 2009, the company opened its first retail concept stores in world-class resort ski destinations Park City, Utah and Aspen, Colorado. In November, 2010, Marmot opened another concept store in Squaw Valley, California. The Marmot San Francisco flagship store opens doors to the public this Friday, March 4th.
â€œOur San Francisco store should generate a lot of excitement for Bay Area residents and visitors from around the world who enjoy spending time outdoors,â€ explains Mark Martin, President of Marmot Mountain LLC and Jarden Technical Apparel, a division of the Jarden Corporation and Marmot's parent company. â€œI think people will be inspired by the quality and selection of Marmot products we have to offer them,â€ adds Martin.
Marmot San Francisco Flagship Store (Details)
Store Address & Phone:
Marmot Flagship Store (Union Square)
165 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
About Marmot Mountain, LLC
Marmot is an award-winning, globally distributed brand of high-performance, technical clothing, apparel and equipment. Since 1974, Marmot products have been worn by climbers, skiers, mountaineers and adventurers world-wide. Marmot works with professional mountain guides, world-class athletes and expeditionsâ€”pushing the limits of product innovation and technologyâ€”pioneering what is possible in the most extreme environments on earth.