13 Jul 2011

Joe Fresh expands presence in Toronto

Toronto area consumers who like to shop ’til they drop may be excited by a recent announcement.

Joe Fresh, one of Canada’s largest clothing and jewelry retailers for men and women in the country, recently announced it will open four new stand-alone stores in Quebec and Ontario, three of which will be in Toronto.

The retailer says the first will open at the Golden Mile later this month, another will be at The Gardens and the third will be located at Queen and Portland. The latter two of the three stores are scheduled to be ready by October or November.

“We have had a fabulous response to the Joe Fresh stores opened so far and continue to look for additional locations across the country to reach our savvy shoppers,” said Joseph Mimran, creative director for Loblaw Companies Limited, which owns Joe Fresh. “These four new locations will help us reach our goal to open 20 stand-alone stores in Canada over the next couple years.”

With additional stores to shop in, Torontonians may be inclined to update their wardrobe. Jiffy Self Storage units have a climate-controlled environment, thereby ensuring older clothes aren’t damaged while in storage

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