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World Market Opens New Location In Nampa, Idaho


Cost Plus World Market (NASDAQ:CPWM), a leading one-stop, home entertainment-shopping and decor retailer with nearly 50 years of dominance in the import area and recently nominated as “Best Import Store,” will open a new location in Nampa, Idaho on March 15 at the Treasure Valley Marketplace shopping center. Grand Opening celebrations will be held at the new store, located at I-84 and Midland Rd. at the new Karcher Interchange, Thursday, March 15 through Sunday, March 18 with free food samples, wine tasting, live music, giveaways and balloons for the kids.

“World Market is excited to bring goods from around the world to Nampa, Idaho,” said Mike Allen, World Market’s Executive Vice President of Store Operations. “Customers come to World Market to experience an adventurous approach to home décor and discover food and wine selections that span the globe. World Market better enables residents to celebrate family gatherings with unique and festive home entertaining items and furnishings.”

Thursday, March 15th kick-off activities include a grand opening ribbon cutting at 8:45am; first 50 customers receive instant savings scratch-off coupons with values up to $200; food and beverage sampling throughout the day; live music; “hot buys” and wine tasting. A special complimentary bottle signing and wine sampling by Scott DeSeehorst, head winemaker of Snake River Winery takes place between 12 to 3pm.

The celebration continues Friday, March 16, with Volunteer Appreciation Day. The first customer to find the “We think the World of Volunteers” sign hidden in the store will be personally rewarded with a $50 gift card plus $250 in gift cards for the non-profit organization they volunteer for. Local chocolate aficionado, Teri Plummer, will tantalize your knowledge and taste buds with her “What’s Behind that Wrapper?” chocolate tastings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday, March 17th and Sunday, March 18th start off with our Fortune Cookie Giveaway. The first 250 customers each day receive a fortune cookie containing gift certificates worth up to $25. More prizes and gift cards will be given away during The Big 98, KQFC-FM’s live radio remote on Saturday between 1 and 3pm.

Remaining true to its brand, the Nampa store will be a one-stop shopping adventure through over 18,000 square feet of merchandise, including hand-carved masks from Ghana, a dining table from Thailand, handcrafted baskets from Indonesia, chocolates from Switzerland, cloth napkins from India, Arnott’s biscuits from Australia or a Sangiovese from Italy. Nowhere else will customers discover furniture, decorative accessories and garden products sold side-by-side with kitchenware, tableware and gourmet food, coffees, teas and wine – a truly creative retail approach that is sure to continue its success in the new Nampa store.


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