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UNIQLO To Open First Stores In North Texas

Five stores will open in Texas, including locations in Dallas, Frisco and Houston

UNIQLO is set to open its first stores in Texas, including at the Galleria Dallas and the Stonebriar Centre in Frisco. In total, the brand will open 11 new stores across Texas and California in the upcoming year.

The new store openings will build on UNIQLO's ambitious store growth plan to reach 200 stores in North America by 2027, focusing on regions with existing brand presence and new markets across the country.

"We are thrilled to be coming to Texas, a state where we have seen positive customer demand and where UNIQLO LifeWear products can perfectly serve the needs of the various lifestyles and climates throughout Houston and Dallas," said Yoshihide Shindo, UNIQLO USA CEO. "In addition to this incredibly momentous step for UNIQLO in the U.S. and for our business globally, we are also furthering our commitment to the West Coast."

Texas UNIQLO locations include the Galleria Dallas in Dallas; The Parks Mall at Arlington in South Arlington; Stonebriar Centre in Frisco; Memorial City Mall in Houston; and First Colony Mall in Sugar Land. 

UNIQLO was founded in Hiroshima, Japan in 1984 when Tadashi Yanai, now one of the world's most successful business leaders, took over his father's suiting store, transforming it to unisex casualwear made for all. Since opening its first store, originally called "Unique Clothing Warehouse," UNIQLO has created apparel that comes from the Japanese values of simplicity, quality and longevity, featuring universal designs, supreme fit and comfort to improve the daily lives of its customers. Today UNIQLO has more than 2,400 stores worldwide, including 74 stores in North America.

"We have been listening to our customers in these regions, where we have seen strong interest from e-commerce, and look forward to bringing them the full UNIQLO LifeWear experience when we open our doors this Fall/Winter," Shindo added. 

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