Warren County-founded Rose & Remington, which has transformed into chain in recent months, has opened its store at the Mall at Fairfield Commons.
The company opened its first store in Lebanon in 2014 and has since grown to nine locations in Ohio and Kentucky, according to a release from the Beavercreek mall. One of the stores owners previously told the Dayton Daily News that the company hopes to have 40 stores within the next couple of years, expanding into Indiana.
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“The Mall at Fairfield Commons is strengthened by a dynamic mix of local, regional and national tenants. Rose & Remington further enhances the exceptional experience we aim to offer our guests every day, and we expect it will quickly become a favorite with our shoppers,” said Leanne Rubosky, general manager of the Mall at Fairfield Commons.
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Rose & Remington is a boho-chic-styled store selling clothing, accessories and home decor. The company’s owners also own Burlap and Birch and Curve and Cloth, along with Greene Country Market and Sammie and Link on Main Street in Lebanon.
The Dayton Daily News first reported the store would open in February.
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