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Nordstrom Rack to arrive in Brandon this fall

Susette McRae shops at the Nordstrom Rack on N Dale Mabry in 2010. About 650 people stood in line to shop on opening day and have a chance at a 90-second shopping spree.

SKIP O’ROURKE | Times (2010)

Susette McRae shops at the Nordstrom Rack on N Dale Mabry in 2010. About 650 people stood in line to shop on opening day and have a chance at a 90-second shopping spree.

BRANDON — Shoppers searching for Nordstrom products at discount prices no longer have to drive to Tampa.

Nordstrom Rack announced a second area store opening on Causeway Boulevard in the Lake Brandon Plaza this fall.

Both carry products similar to the full-line Nordstrom at International Plaza — trendy apparel, accessories and shoes — but at 30 to 70 percent off regular prices.

Designed to provide the ultimate treasure hunt to style-savvy customers, the Rack carries merchandise from Nordstrom stores and and specially purchased items from many of the top brands sold at Nordstrom.

The first Nordstrom Rack in Tampa opened at Walters Crossing, at 1702 N Dale Mabry Highway, in 2010.

The new Nordstrom Rack, a 32,700-square-foot store, will be off Interstate 75, in the space currently occupied by Babies "R" Us at 11201 Causeway Blvd.

Nearby stores include Publix, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft, Kohl's and Sports Authority.

Nordstrom Rack to arrive in Brandon this fall 01/08/14 [Last modified: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 2:27pm]
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