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Tuesday Morning opens in Silverthorne

Summit Daily/Mark Fox

Summit County residents will no longer have to drive down to Denver to get their Tuesday Morning fix. The retailer of discounted, close-out merchandise is holding a grand opening of a store in Silverthorne today at 8 a.m.

Tuesday Morning sells close-out, name-brand merchandise for the home, including: decorative accessories, rugs, lamps, luggage, bed and bath linens, cookware, clothing, crafts and sporting goods. Inventory is replenished on a daily basis. The company currently operates more than 840 stores in 43 states, including 21 stores in Colorado. Based in Dallas, its first store opened in 1974.

“Silverthorne is an area we felt we could do very well in,” said Ricky McCray, Tuesday Morning regional manager.

McCray said the company figures out where to put new stores based on customer information – like zip codes – gathered at present stores. He said there was a large Summit County presence frequenting the 14 stores in the Denver Metro area, and that numerous customers had said they would like to see a location in the High Country.

McCray said he has already received a large number of positive comments from people stopping by the store while it was under construction.

“I think it will be a perfect fit,” he said. “We’re very unique.”

The new location, located in the Summit Place Shopping Center near OfficeMax, is just under 12,000 square feet. McCray said it is probably one of the biggest stores in Colorado.

“We were fortunate enough to find a good location, and a good space,” McCray said.

Tuesday Morning sells brands such as Waterford, Cuisinart, Calvin Klein and Tommy Bahama. The company says its merchandise is first quality, never seconds or irregulars.

“In today’s economy, people are looking for quality, top brands, and don’t want to pay full price,” said Kathleen Mason, Tuesday Morning president and CEO. “At Tuesday Morning, they don’t have to. We empower shoppers by providing a way to save money without sacrificing quality.”

Regular store hours will be Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Sunday from noon – 6 p.m. For more information, visit http://www.tuesdaymorning.com.

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