New shoe store to open at Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek

The Mall at Fairfield Commons will host Mom's Night Out Saturday, May 8.
The Mall at Fairfield Commons will host Mom's Night Out Saturday, May 8.

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Locally-owned shoe store Drip will open its first brick-and-mortar store at the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek this summer.

Drip was founded by two local brothers, Brennen Glass and Ryan Glass, who have had a love of shoes since they were young. Their store will offer popular shoe brands such as Jordan, Nike Dunk, Yeezy, Off White, Supreme, Vlone, Anti Social Social Club, Bape, Revenge and more.

“Our goal is to add diverse tenants while we continue to enhance the overall experience for our guests and further strengthen the Mall at Fairfield Commons as the gathering place for the community,” said Leanne Rubosky, general manager. “We believe the addition of Drip is a further step in that direction.”

The clothing and shoe boutique’s focus will be to buy, sell and trade exclusive sneakers and apparel with customers, allowing easier access to some of the most sought-after items on the market.

Drip will open on the upper level near JCPenney and Morris Home Furniture.

Three other businesses, Hopes & Dreams Candles & More, Seabolt & Co., and Taco Street Co. have opened at the Beavercreek mall.

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