Rue21 opens in time for tax free weekend


A Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Thursday signaled the opening of the new rue21 store, located in Thompson Hills Shopping Center. Cutting the ribbon is rue21 Store Manager Lola Jordan along with assistant managers Jessica Ownby, left, Halle Cherry and Cassie Rapp. Members of the Sedalia Chamber of Commerce and Thompson Hills Investment Corp. were on hand for the opening.


Lola Jordan, rue21 store manager, talks with former state Sen. Jim Mathewson, far right, and Bill Shumake after the ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday morning. “This is amazing,” Mathewson said. “I was in here last Friday and there wasn’t any merchandise on the floor.” Jordan said the store carries “top fashion” styles and will be participating in the back-to-school sales tax holiday today through Sunday.


Jordan unlocked the doors at 10 a.m. for approximately 50 to 75 customers who were lined up outside the store’s windows. She passed out sling bags with random gift cards inside to the first 100 customers that came through Thursday. The store has 7,000 square feet of sales space and employs 23 people, she added.


A Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Thursday signaled the opening of the new rue21 store, located in Thompson Hills Shopping Center. Cutting the ribbon is rue21 Store Manager Lola Jordan along with assistant managers Jessica Ownby, left, Halle Cherry and Cassie Rapp. Members of the Sedalia Chamber of Commerce and Thompson Hills Investment Corp. were on hand for the opening.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080715Rue21-1.jpgA Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Thursday signaled the opening of the new rue21 store, located in Thompson Hills Shopping Center. Cutting the ribbon is rue21 Store Manager Lola Jordan along with assistant managers Jessica Ownby, left, Halle Cherry and Cassie Rapp. Members of the Sedalia Chamber of Commerce and Thompson Hills Investment Corp. were on hand for the opening.

Lola Jordan, rue21 store manager, talks with former state Sen. Jim Mathewson, far right, and Bill Shumake after the ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday morning. “This is amazing,” Mathewson said. “I was in here last Friday and there wasn’t any merchandise on the floor.” Jordan said the store carries “top fashion” styles and will be participating in the back-to-school sales tax holiday today through Sunday.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080715Rue21-2.jpgLola Jordan, rue21 store manager, talks with former state Sen. Jim Mathewson, far right, and Bill Shumake after the ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday morning. “This is amazing,” Mathewson said. “I was in here last Friday and there wasn’t any merchandise on the floor.” Jordan said the store carries “top fashion” styles and will be participating in the back-to-school sales tax holiday today through Sunday.

Jordan unlocked the doors at 10 a.m. for approximately 50 to 75 customers who were lined up outside the store’s windows. She passed out sling bags with random gift cards inside to the first 100 customers that came through Thursday. The store has 7,000 square feet of sales space and employs 23 people, she added.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_TSD080715Rue21-3.jpgJordan unlocked the doors at 10 a.m. for approximately 50 to 75 customers who were lined up outside the store’s windows. She passed out sling bags with random gift cards inside to the first 100 customers that came through Thursday. The store has 7,000 square feet of sales space and employs 23 people, she added.

A Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Thursday signaled the opening of the new rue21 store, located in Thompson Hills Shopping Center. Cutting the ribbon is rue21 Store Manager Lola Jordan along with assistant managers Jessica Ownby, left, Halle Cherry and Cassie Rapp. Members of the Sedalia Chamber of Commerce and Thompson Hills Investment Corp. were on hand for the opening.

Lola Jordan, rue21 store manager, talks with former state Sen. Jim Mathewson, far right, and Bill Shumake after the ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday morning. “This is amazing,” Mathewson said. “I was in here last Friday and there wasn’t any merchandise on the floor.” Jordan said the store carries “top fashion” styles and will be participating in the back-to-school sales tax holiday today through Sunday.

Jordan unlocked the doors at 10 a.m. for approximately 50 to 75 customers who were lined up outside the store’s windows. She passed out sling bags with random gift cards inside to the first 100 customers that came through Thursday. The store has 7,000 square feet of sales space and employs 23 people, she added.

Sedalia Democrat
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