Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Buffalo Exchange opening in Plaza Midwood in mid-April

Posted By on Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 9:33 AM

Shoppers and lovers of new and recycled fashion, get excited. Buffalo Exchange is opening its first shop in North Carolina, right here in Charlotte. Here's a snippet from the press release:

BUFFALO EXCHANGE TO OPEN FIRST NORTH CAROLINA SHOP
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Unique resale clothing store plans to open its first Charlotte location on April 16

CHARLOTTE, NC — Buffalo Exchange brings the original concept of buy-sell-trade clothing to Charlotte with the opening of its first North Carolina store, located in the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood at 1521 Central Avenue (west of The Plaza), Charlotte, NC 28205, phone 704-372-2300, in mid-April 2011. Free public parking is available directly across the street. Store hours will be Monday-Saturday 11–7 and Sunday 12–6.

The Charlotte Buffalo Exchange will be near other independent businesses and local salons, tattoo and vintage shops. The sales floor is 2,650 square feet, in a charming old brick building. There are roomy, well-lit dressing rooms -- six women’s and three men’s -- plus two buy counters, where customers can sell their clothes for cash or trade. The store will open with an eclectic inventory from Buffalo Exchange stores from New York to California.

For a better idea of what to expect from this new retail concept coming to Plaza Midwood (in the old Pura Vida spot), check out this video.

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