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Griffin Begins Opening MicroStores in U.S.

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Griffin Technology, best known for mobile technology accessories, has just officially opened its fifth retail store in the U.S., right in time for the 2012 holiday season. Beginning in November, Griffin has opened locations for business in San Jose, Seattle, San Francisco, Nashville and Annapolis.

The stores are interactive, not unlike Apple retail stores. Griffin’s most popular products will be available for purchase and for demonstration. Little kids can have fun also, playing with age-appropriate items and creating artwork at the child-sized Crayola demo station. Griffin has partnered up with and created accessories for the leader in crayons company.

“Griffin has been leading the way in developing innovative and groundbreaking accessories for the past 20 years,” said Mark Rowan, President of Griffin Technology. “Opening these MicroStores is the next step for us in sharing our vision and products with consumers at first hand.”

The string of American stores came after the Griffin store debut in London across from the Olympic Stadium in Westfield Mall at Stratford City. The Maryland store is located at Westfield Annapolis in Annapolis; San Francisco, at Westfield San Francisco Centre; Washington, at Westfield Southcenter in Seattle; San Jose, at Westfield Valley Fair and at CBL Properties Cool Springs Galleria in Franklin, Tennessee. The Tennessee store features a 32-foot tall Griffin-branded tower that is visible from the bottom two floors of the building.

Griffin offers lots of different kinds of solutions for use with consumer electronics, namely but limited to mobile devices and audio units. They have products that cater to the whole family and continue to remain as one of the most trusted brands in their field.

 

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