CF Market Mall welcomes again Calgarians in type and companions with Stampede Caravan Committee to host annual Stampede Breakfast on July 13th from 9am to 12pm

Calgarians sure welcome to celebrate Stampede with traditional pancake breakfasts and $ 60,000 in the CF-SHOP! Card gifts

CALGARY, AB, July 5, 2021 / CNW / – The CF Market Mall is pleased to welcome shoppers to the center safely and in style this summer. The mall is again partnering with the Stampede Caravan Committee to host its annual Stampede pancake breakfast Tuesday July 13thth of 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Lunch and invites Calgarians from near and far to join in the biggest outdoor show in the world.

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The pancake breakfast at CF Market Mall is a popular one Calgary Tradition where families from communities across the city gather to celebrate the spirit of Stampede and bask in family-friendly fun. This year the CF Market Mall takes its hat off to the shoppers by providing each attendee with a free. welcomed $ 10 CF-SHOP! Entry ticket to the breakfast event for a total of $ 60,000 for gift vouchers.

Calgarians are invited to visit the property’s East car park to partake in its pancake breakfast, where the CF Market Mall provides guests with fresh pancakes and all supplies to kick off the 2021 Stampede. To ensure the safety of all guests, the event will ensure that physically distant lineups with clear markings are enforced throughout the event. In addition to the delicious pancakes, the CF Market Mall adds even more family fun to the event by including a photo experience where guests are invited to capture their Stampede style.

After the Stampede breakfast, guests can visit the CF Market Mall to do their Stampede shopping. During the 10-day celebrations, the participating retailers will offer exciting promotions, in-store experiences and unique products.

The mall will also open before the Stampede Pancake Breakfast on. organize a gift card campaign 10th of July – 11, where the first 200 shoppers to spend a total of $ 250 or more in the CF Market Mall on the same day will receive a $ 25 free CF SHOP! Map. To redeem this offer, guests must provide receipts for $ 250 from CF Market Mall retailers to Guest Services 10th of July or 11.

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What:

Annual Stampede Breakfast at CF Market Mall

When:

Tuesday 13 July 2021

9 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Rain or shine)

Where:

CF Market Mall

3625 Shaganappi Trail NW, Calgary AB

Located on the east parking lot

WHO:

Calgarians, volunteers, staff, and sponsors

* Please note that photo, b-roll and interview opportunities are available during the event. Accessible media parking can be arranged before breakfast. To confirm your attendance and interview, please log inchelseasmyth @ northstrategiccom in the run-up to the event

Via CF Market Mall

Located in the northwest Calgary At the corner of the Shaganappi Trail, CF Market Mall is one of the Calgarys the most famous retail shopping destinations of the past 50 years. Known for its increased comfort and convenience for the whole family, the CF Market Mall has a large food court and children’s playground. The mix of over 200 stores and services includes Sporting Life, Hudson’s Bay, Zara, Aritzia, Banana Republic, Toys R Us, The Disney Store and The Children’s Place. The CF Market Mall is owned and managed by The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited. You can find more information about the CF Market Mall at www.cfshops.com/market-mall.html.

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Surge Leisure by Drew Brees to open heart in Pierre Bossier Mall

BOSSIER CITY, La. (KSLA) – The Pierre Bossier Mall will soon be home to Drew Brees’ Surge Entertainment Center.

This is the third entertainment center to open in the past two years. The center will offer family activities along with a full restaurant.

Entertainment at existing Surge Entertainment by Drew Brees locations includes upscale traditional and VIP bowling, high-tech arcades and prize shops, immersive sports simulators, multi-story laser tag arenas, hanging rope gardens, soft play areas, ninja obstacle courses, rock climbing, the Surge Prime Bistreaux Restaurants and large full-service bars with 22-foot HD screens surrounded by large-screen TVs for sports coverage. The Bossier City location is expected to offer a selection of these entertainment options, along with a few surprises.

The Bossier City facility will have several private rooms for events, including the Surge VIP room, which is equipped with bowling lanes.

“We are committed to delivering great family experiences and I am excited to bring our unique entertainment brand to families and residents of the greater Shreveport / Bossier City area,” said Drew Brees in a press release.

The Bossier City location is anchored by the Surge Prime Bistreaux restaurant.

Surge Prime Bistreaux offers fresh, chef-prepared cuisine with a variety of starters, salads, sandwiches, pizza specialties and other homemade products with a Louisiana flair. Surge Entertainment by Drew Brees is committed to providing healthy, delicious food and drinks that are a welcome addition to the overall entertainment experience.

As stated in the press release, the new company is expected to create over 100 jobs in Shreveport-Bossier City.

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Building plows forward on Surge Leisure Middle at struggling Pierre Bossier Mall | Information

BOSSIER CITY, La – Work on the new Surge Entertainment Center in the Pierre Bossier Mall continues, although the future of the complex is unclear.

Saints quarterback legend Drew Brees is one of Surge’s main supporters. Bossier City will be the company’s 15th location in the south. The centers offer arcade games, bowling, golf simulators, trampolines, ropes and obstacle courses, and more – plus restaurant service.

It will go to the former Virginia College on the south side of the mall. Construction workers clean up what was in there. Then comes the planning and construction phase of the Surge Entertainment Center on the 60,000 square meter area.

RJ Lux, vice president of Armstrong Builders, says the goal is to open in December. That gives hope to the dealers who are still in the mall. There are 70 seats. The mall only seems to be about 50 percent full.

But Surge gives mall traders hope.

“I don’t think Drew Brees would have invested millions in Virginia College’s property in the mall – the millions he spent and plans to spend, I’ve heard – if the mall actually went down,” said Tim Atkins, the manager by Quilt World & More.

According to manager Michael Gatch, H&J Music is moving from its current location to a larger space within the mall. He’s also optimistic about a surge from Surge.

“They bring a great clientele who can expand the mall. You will have the experience of parents who don’t want to be there all the time, waiting for their children to come over and come around with us, “said Gatch.

The downward trend in stationary retail and the pandemic have caused setbacks for the almost 40-year-old shopping center. According to reports, the foreclosure will come again.

Atkins says this happened in 2009. But he’s not worried that the mall might close.

“The bank takes it. They’re selling it to a new real estate company. It happened in the past. I don’t see why that shouldn’t happen again,” Atkins said.

“Foreclosure doesn’t mean closure,” added Gatch. “We look forward to the future and hope that we can make the mall a success.”

KTBS 3 News phoned no responses to comments from Pierre Bossier Mall, its owner Brookfield Properties of New York, or Surge Entertainment.

The Surge Entertainment Center’s other Louisiana properties are in West Monroe, Lafayette, and Metairie.

Southbridge Mall to remodel into leisure heart

Southbridge Mall has been in town since the 80s and the layout will be completely different.

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“We have been able to take development here on Southbridge Mall with the acquisition of new owners and the creation of a family entertainment center, as well as the involvement of a number of partners,” said Burnett.

Last September, a poll of people in Mason City found they wanted to see more entertainment.

Now they get it. You will soon be able to ride go-karts, the theater will reopen, there will be a comedy bar and much more.

“This space is moving more towards entertainment. Retail tends to struggle in this environment, ”said Burnett.

What are the next steps? Well the city is pushing the urban renewal change that will allow the city to start this project in a development agreement that will soon follow. By autumn, says Aaron, construction work could begin.

“This will bring new people and new jobs to our inner city. We’re very excited about it, ”said Burnett.

A mall-goer who spoke to ABC 6 News says she’s excited about the news too.

“I think it’s great, I think we really need something like this here,” said Sheri Hickey, a Mason City resident.

Burnett says this is a downtown renovation mission and he’s optimistic.

A shopkeeper at the mall told ABC 6 News off-camera that they share the same sentiment: the more business that is done for the mall, the better.

Mall of America desires to refresh your spring model

Mall of America’s trend specialist Sara Rogers reports on the new spring trends and is sure to shop at this week’s Sunrise Spring Refresh.

BLOOMINGTON, minn. – I hate to bring bad news, but it might be time to get rid of those sweatpants you’ve been wearing for months. Spring is here, and as your COVID-19 vaccinations rise, your calendar may fill up with things to do and see. But if you haven’t freshened up your wardrobe in a while and are a little scared of what to wear, you’re in luck.

Sara Rogers is the Mall of America Trend specialist.

“It’ll be fun to socialize again and wear colors and styles that celebrate that you have a reason to maybe step it up a bit,” said Rogers.

Rogers said the trench coat will be big this spring. She also said knit vests are too, and that Tie Dice is here to stay awhile longer.

“You can make a match set or break it up and wear it with your joggers, jeans or shorts when the weather gets warmer,” she said.

Rogers adds that floral prints get hot.

“Also, look for some sharpness in your fabric, went to the Altar condition Shop here at the Mall of America and they have the nicest casual dresses and some classy tops, “said Rogers.

There are a handful of new stores out there for your convenience to read Aldo, Aritzia, buckle, Evereve, Fabletics, and Levi’s.

But if you’re still a little apprehensive about going to the mall, MOA spokeswoman Nicole Guetzke said they have health and safety guidelines, as well as messages in the mall. These rules apply even if you are working on it personal styling with Rogers.

“I wear my mask, you will wear your mask, we will keep our distance,” said Rogers. “But I feel really safe and confident that I can offer these services,” she said.

When money is tighter than normal because of the pandemic, a rule of thumb for Rogers is not to always spend an extravagant amount on a new wardrobe. She said take a look at what you already have and add certain parts to enhance your look.

There are other options if you don’t want to go to the mall. You can try Contact-free pick-up at the roadside, or Live stream shopping! Each week, MOA’s Madelyn Riley brings you live-stream purchases from stores that have just opened and favorite stores. All you have to do is tune in to the live stream, click on photos in “Add Item” in your cart, and they will be sent to you in about a week.

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Vandals Steal Cash, Shatter Glass of Native Asian Eating places at Mall in Columbia – NBC4 Washington

Local Asian restaurant owners are picking up the pieces after thieves broke into three restaurants, stole money and destroyed property on New Year celebrations, the most important holiday in Chinese culture.

The same group of thieves hit a restaurant called Urban Hot Pot, Kung Fu Tea, and Bonchon.

Zong Chen is the owner of the latter two at the Columbia Mall. He said the past year has been tough for business and he feels that they aimed to be Asian.

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“It’s a shame to be a victim now,” said Chen. “We all have families. We are all just trying to make money and make a living for our families. “

This break-in marks the third time that Chen’s stores have been robbed.

Last summer there was a break in at Kung Fu Tea in Rockville. A few weeks later, the kung fu tea in Laurel was also hit.

“We came to America to find better opportunities and to have better lives,” said Chen.

Asian restaurants attacked: In the early morning of the Lunar New Year, three Asian restaurants in the mall in Columbia were broken into, according to Howard Co Police. Today I spoke to Zong Chen, the owner of Kung Fu Tea & Bonchon. He fears they have been targeted as Asians. Story by 5 / 6p @nbcwashington pic.twitter.com/V9aVMrJrKY

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Bonchon and Kung Fu Tea have repaired their damage and are now open for business. For the entire month of February, restaurants plan to donate 10% of their sales to raise awareness of hate crimes against Asian Americans.

Nearly two dozen attacks have been committed in the San Francisco Bay Area in the past few weeks. People threw plants at Asian residents and seniors were knocked to the ground.

Hate crimes against Asian Americans have increased since the coronavirus hit the US last year. Amanda Nguyen, CEO of civil rights group Rise, recently told LX News why “Asian Americans are out to be heard”.

John Yang, the executive director of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, said the organization is tracking hate incidents and has seen more than 3,000 since the pandemic began.

“It scares the Asian-American community really often,” said Yang. “The fact that certain politicians, including the former president, used terms like the China virus and the Wuhan smoke and worse derivatives, really got our community to do so.” a goal to be made. “

No arrests were made in the robberies, but Chen said he hoped to further raise awareness.

“The more we don’t talk about it, the more it will happen,” said Chen.