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Go! Calendars, Games & Toys Opens at Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall

Oct 30, 2019 | News, Retail

ANCHORAGE—Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall recently welcomed Go! Calendars, Games & Toys to its retail lineup. Shoppers can find Go! Calendars and their selection of calendars, games, toys, gifts and puzzles on the second level near JCPenney next to Apricot Lane.

“Go! Calendars, Games & Toys’ unique selection of merchandise makes for great gifts,” said Paige Barker, Director of Marketing and Business Development for Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall. “We are excited to have them join our portfolio of retailers as we enter the holiday season.”

Go! is the largest operator of seasonal, mall-based pop-up stores in the world. In addition to a growing e-commerce presence, Go! operates nearly 1,000 seasonal stores and 100 year-round stores in shopping malls, outlets, and lifestyle centers in the United States. Anchorage Fifth Avenue Mall’s Go! store will be open year-round.

Shoppers can find a selection of licensed products featuring popular music artists, TV shows, and characters at Go! in their collection of unique calendars, games, toys, and puzzles.

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