Boot Barn to celebrate grand opening
Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune
J Perriguey and Violet Konkle are employees at the new Boot Barn at 2220 W. Cleveland Ave. They are hosting a grand opening April 1st-3rd and a ribbon cutting ceremony April 1 at noon.
Boot Barn Holdings, Inc., the largest western and workwear retailer in the nation, will celebrate the opening of its newest store this weekend at the 21,000-square-foot facility at 2220 W. Cleveland Avenue.
Boot Barn will celebrate its grand opening from April 1-3 in the company’s 58th store in California. The Madera Chamber of Commerce will officially hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday at noon.
Boot Barn offers a large assortment, with hundreds of styles, of boots and clothing that support a multitude of lifestyles: cowboy boots and western wear for ranchers and farmers, work boots and protective workwear for construction workers to oil rig workers, performance boots for rodeo athletes, as well as exotic skin boots and western fashion boots and clothing.
Boot Barn has focused on providing exceptional service and quality by creating their premium boot brands — Cody James, Hawx, Shyanne, Idyllwind, Moonshine Spirit, and El Dorado — which they offer direct-to-consumer exclusively at Boot Barn, ensuring customers get the best price without sacrificing quality.
For more than 40 years, Boot Barn has maintained the largest selection of quality products from more than 150 additional western, work, and western-fashion brands at varying price points.
“We are honored to join and support the Madera community,” said Mike Love, senior vice president of stores at Boot Barn. “It is our absolute pleasure to provide the Madera community with Boot Barn’s limitless selection of western and work boots and apparel. We are truly looking forward to meeting the community at our grand opening sale on April 1-3. Everyone is invited to come and save $20 on men’s Cody James western and work boots, $20 on women’s Shyanne western boots, $20 on men’s and women’s Hawx work boots, 20 percent on women’s Shyanne clothing.
“We are passionate about the western lifestyle and being involved in the community,” said Stephen Loscko, director of marketing and media at Boot Barn. “We have designed our stores to reflect this. When you visit a store, you may be greeted by tech-reps from some of the top work and western brands describing the latest technologies. You may also see rodeo athletes, western artists, and country singers as they visit our stores throughout the year for special appearances, performances, or autograph signings. When you visit us in-store, we strive to make it feel like home.”
Boot Barn is the nation’s leading lifestyle retailer of western and work-related footwear, apparel, and accessories for men, women and children. The company offers its loyal customer base a wide selection of work and lifestyle brands. Boot Barn now operates 298 stores in 38 states, in addition to an e-commerce channel www.bootbarn.com. For more information, call 888-Boot-Barn or visit www.bootbarn.com.