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By Christopher Cadelago | May 6, 2009
Skechers is still trying to find its footing. The retail shoe store, located below 60 lofts, 58 condominiums and the handful of penthouses that make up the Burbank Collection, has had a rough time getting exposure since it opened its doors for business two months ago, said Manager Crystal Clary. On weekends, staff hands out fliers and puts up signs, and Clary is looking at establishing partnerships with nearby IKEA and the 16-screen AMC megaplex. Still, sales are off more than 10%, with the store pulling in between $8,000 and $10,000 a week, she said.
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March 11, 2009
Skechers kicking it in new Burbank Collection store Skechers USA, Inc. has opened a 2,000-square-foot shoe store at the Burbank Collection in downtown Burbank. Located at 140 E. Palm Avenue, the bootery boasts more than 700 shoes in sizes and styles for men, women and children. The outlet hopes to fill the gap left when Mervyns and Shoe Pavilion, which both carry Skechers products, split town. ? City takes top honors for its ?Buck Stops Here? logo Burbank took home two top honors at the annual California Festivals and Events Assn.
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By Jeremy Oberstein | October 17, 2007
CITY CENTER — Sandwiched between a 16-screen movie theater and a concrete parking garage rests a four-story wooden frame. It’s the future site of the Burbank Collection, a mixed-use development that will feature 60 lofts and 58 condominiums on top of 40,000 square feet of retail space and more than 800 parking spots. It is set to open in June. “You can get a condo anywhere,” said Steve Howard, the project’s sales manager. “Ours is in the social hub of Burbank.
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By Christopher Cadelago | May 6, 2009
Skechers is still trying to find its footing. The retail shoe store, located below 60 lofts, 58 condominiums and the handful of penthouses that make up the Burbank Collection, has had a rough time getting exposure since it opened its doors for business two months ago, said Manager Crystal Clary. On weekends, staff hands out fliers and puts up signs, and Clary is looking at establishing partnerships with nearby IKEA and the 16-screen AMC megaplex. Still, sales are off more than 10%, with the store pulling in between $8,000 and $10,000 a week, she said.
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