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T.J.Maxx opens up to South Tampa shoppers

(AP Photo/Toby Talbot) MR202Shoppers head into a TJ Maxx store in Barre, Vt.

(AP Photo/Toby Talbot) MR202Shoppers head into a TJ Maxx store in Barre, Vt.

SOUTH TAMPA — Shoppers south of Kennedy Boulevard will add a T.J.Maxx to their retail store repertoire Sunday.

The Henderson Boulevard storefront, surrounded by a Fresh Market and First Watch, will be the off-price retailer's third location in Tampa.

Like their other locations, customers can spend hours browsing through the store's wide variety of merchandise including fashion, accessories, jewelry, home goods, beauty, pet products, toys and more.

The 26,250-square-feet store's layout also makes it easy to just pop-in for something in particular.

"When we open new stores, we look for areas with the right mix of demographics, which can include families with children, home ownership, thriving retail areas, and areas where shoppers are fashion-conscious, yet value-conscious," T.J.Maxx real estate spokesperson Brittany Farrell said of the new location.

The opening falls just in time for the holidays, providing an additional shopping source for those looking to avoid mall and department store crowds. The grand opening will begin at 8 a.m. and last until 8 p.m. with the first 1,000 customers receiving a reusable bag.

Located at 3718 Henderson Blvd., the store's regular hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays.

SHARE YOUR NEWS: If you have an item for Everybody's Business, contact Arielle Waldman at awaldman@tampabay.com.

T.J.Maxx opens up to South Tampa shoppers 11/11/15 [Last modified: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 5:50pm]
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