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Excalibur Alaska Opens New Location at Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall

Oct 23, 2019 | News, Retail, Small Business

Inside Excalibur’s East Anchorage location.

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Anchorage—Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall announced the recent opening of Excalibur Alaska. Retailing 100 percent authentic and officially licensed sports merchandise from apparel to jerseys to hats to home décor, Excalibur Alaska is located next to JCPenney. Excalibur Alaska is open seven days a week; Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

 

“Excalibur Alaska has everything a sports fan needs to suit up for gameday,” said Paige Barker, Director of Marketing and Business Development for Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall. “We are excited to share Excalibur Alaska’s collection of unique sports-themed memorabilia and apparel with our base of shoppers in Anchorage as they shop for the big game and gifts for the holidays.”

 

Merchandise at Excalibur Alaska features logos from NHL, NFL, MLB, NBA and NCAA teams.

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