California Centers

MAY 2018

California Centers Magazine serves retailers, developers, shopping center owners, investment sales brokers and tenant representation firms throughout the state of California.

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12 California Centers Magazine | May 2018 C C choosing the appropriate tackle from the store's extensive assortment. The end goal is to make any forthcom- ing fishing trip a productive one. Of course, the friendly exchange of some first-hand fishing tales might be the most memorable part of the shopping experience. Turner 's Outdoorsman locations in Chino Hills, Pasadena, Oxnard, Vic- torville and Fountain Valley also fea- ture an archery department. Over the past decade, this has proven to be a growing area of interest, particularly among young people ranging in age from 15 to 30. They are often delight- ed by the store's quality offering of bows, crossbows, arrows and related components, boradheads, sights, re- leases, quivers, and rests. Among the noted brands available in this hob- by are AAE, AMS Bowfishing, Apex Gear, Axcel, Barnett, Bear Archery and Bee Stinger. The stores also sell apparel, eyewear and footwear re- lated to the hunting, fishing, archery and tactical fields, ensuring that cus- tomers can find everything they need under one roof. The store's utilize colorful weekly ads and seasonal flyers, available in store, to promote their inventory. In addition to limited time sales promo- tions on featured categories of items and ads designed to dovetail with manufacturer 's marketing strategies, there are periodic clearance sales on such items as knives and tools, safe- ty related gear, packs, bags and stor- age items, ammunition and clothing. The flyers also highlight new arrivals and top sellers in various categories, which engenders continued interest among regular customers and repeat business. The company currently has 21 Turner 's Outdoorsman stores opened in California, in the cities of Chino Hills, Corona, El Cajon, Fountain Valley, Lake Forest, Norwalk, Or- ange, Oxnard, Palmdale, Pasadena, Rancho Cucamonga, Reseda, Salinas, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Mar- cos, Signal Hill, Temecula, Torrance, Victorville, and West Covina. Turn- er 's Outdoorsman's corporate devel- opment team is always interested in obtaining information on appropriate potential new sites for their specialty stores, with a recent history of adding two to four units annually (its stores in Salinas and Palmdale being among the most recent to be added to the ros- ter). CC Real estate inquiries and site submittals can be directed to: Real Estate Development, Turner's Outdoorsman Corporate, 11738 San Marino Street, Suite A, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730. (909) 923-3009. Thank you to Shea Properties & Regency Centers for thinking outside the box, hiring restaurant specialists to source & merchandise food and beverage for their San Diego projects!

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