Macy's first North Carolina outlet opening in Greensboro

| March 22, 2018

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Macy's is opening its first North Carolina outlet store at Friendly Center.The store-within-store concept is called Macy's Backstage.The outlet is approximately 16,000 square feet of dedicated retail space on the second floor of Macy's at 700 Friendly Center Road.Macy's Backstage stocks clothing, housewares, home decor and other items sourced from around the world. Items are discounted from 20 to 80 percent off traditional prices.The selection will constantly change Macy's operates 55 outlets across the United States with seven free-standing outlets in Texas.

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