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Dry Falls Outfitters to open in LaGrange mall

LAGRANGE, GA (WTVM) -

The LaGrange Mall has announced that Dry Falls Outfitters, a premium outdoor specialty store with unique southern style, will be opening in the Mall.

Dry Falls Outfitters will occupy approximately 4,500 square feet next to Belk and will offer a range of top brands including Vineyard Vines, Columbia Sportwear, Southern Tide, Southern Proper, Peach State Pride, Southern Marsh, Chaco, Eno Hammocks, Toms and Yeti Coolers.

The new store is owned by the Turner family, a Georgia-based, multigenerational retail team who owns the Sock Shoppe also located in the LaGrange Mall.

"We have enjoyed being part of the LaGrange community and are excited to expand our presence by offering something unique to the market," said Bud Turner, President of Dry Falls Outfitters. "The store will have popular southern brands and top of the line outdoor apparel, shoes and accessories that you can't find anywhere else in LaGrange. The LaGrange Mall recently completed interior renovations that are really first class, and the new Dry Falls Outfitters store will complement the new look and feel of the Mall."

The grand opening of Dry Falls Outfitters will be on Friday Oct. 3 beginning with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. The store will offer giveaways and promotions throughout the weekend including a giveaway for a 35-quart Yeti Cooler and multiple $100 gift certificates.

On Saturday Oct. 4, the new store will partner with South 106.1 who will broadcast live from the store throughout the day.

"We couldn't be more excited to welcome Dry Falls Outfitters to the LaGrange Mall," said Ky Widener, Senior Vice President of Leasing for Hull Storey Gibson Companies, owners of the LaGrange Mall. "Last fall we were celebrating the opening of T.J. Maxx and the completion of the Mall renovations and it's great to see continued momentum of new stores and improvements that contribute to providing LaGrange with a truly first class shopping venue."

About the Turner Family

The Turner family owns and operates six retail stores throughout Georgia. The family's flagship store, the Sock Shoppe, opened in 1936 in Griffin, Georgia and continues to sell quality clothing, shoes and accessories at affordable prices with locations in Griffin and LaGrange. Now in their third generation of retail ownership, the Turner family has expanded with Dry Falls Outfitters, a premium specialty store with locations in Griffin, Macon and LaGrange. Across all store brands, the Turner family prides itself on offering quality merchandise, reasonable prices and excellent customer service.

About Hull Storey Gibson Companies, LLC

Hull Storey Gibson Companies, LLC is one of the largest private owners of retail properties in the country. Headquartered in Augusta, Georgia, the company's retail portfolio includes 22 shopping centers, 23 free-standing big box stores and 20 enclosed regional malls comprising of nearly 13 million square feet across Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Hull Storey Gibson has a consistent record of property redevelopment and improvement as well as a demonstrated commitment to building strong community relationships to foster economic development.

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