FAIRFAX, Va.-Custom apparel and accessories decorator Custom Ink continues its brick-and-mortar growth with a new storefront. Norristown Patch reports that the predominately online company opened its latest store in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania.
Similar to its web store, the company’s in-house services include custom decoration on a wide variety of major apparel brands, as well as same-day digital printing for select items. The newest store sits inside the city’s mall, one of the biggest malls in the United States. According to Wikipedia, King of Prussia Mall is the largest mall in the country, regarding “gross leasable area” which measures 2.9 million square feet.”
“With millions of visitors a year, King of Prussia will allow us to reach new and current customers looking for expert, in-person advice on how to create the perfect custom clothing and accessories for their events and occasions,” Bailey Rockwell Adrian, director of licensing and Partnership Development for Custom Ink tells Patch.
The opening comes just less than two months after Custom Ink announced the launch of a store in Princeton, New Jersey and marks the 18th physical store for the organization. In addition to its standalone storefronts, Custom Ink also operates kiosks inside retail chains Walmart and Michaels.
For more information, visit www.customink.com.