Microsoft has revealed that it will open two more of its retail stores in the U.S.. One will be in Nashville, Tennessee and the other will be in Boca Raton, Florida.
In an email press release, Microsoft stated that the Nashville location will be at the Mall at Green Hills:
This marks Microsoft's first full-line retail experience in Tennessee. The new store will have 2,865 square feet of retail space and employ 40-50 people, and will be joining West Town Mall (Knoxville, Tenn.) as Tennessee's second Microsoft Store.
The Boca Raton store will be at the Town Center shopping location, where there is already a smaller Microsoft "specialty" store:
This will be Microsoft's eighth full line retail store in Florida and is expected to employ approximately 25-30 people.
Microsoft did not reveal when these new stores will open. There are currently over 100 store locations in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
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