Paddock Pools, Patios & Spas opens store in Desert Ridge Marketplace
May 5, 2006-- Casual Living,
Paddock Pools, Patios & Spas officially opened another location at the end of April in North Phoenix, Ariz. Located at the Desert Ridge Marketplace, this is the 10th Paddock store in the Phoenix area, and the second Paddock store to be opened within the last six months.
The 13,500-sq.-ft. outdoor living superstore provides a one-stop shop for North Phoenix, Cave Creek and Scottsdale residents to fulfill all their backyard needs. The superstore offers the Valley's largest selection of unique products in a variety of categories, from patio furnishings and accessories, replacement cushions and umbrellas, to patio entertaining accessories and more. There is also a great assortment of the most popular and pool chemicals and supplies.
In addition to an extensive selection of products, store guests who do not own a pool or spa will be able to meet with onsite Pool Design Consultants. Those looking for a soothing spa experience will be able to bring a swimsuit and take a test dip in the largest selection of Sundance Spas in the Southwest. For anyone needing a little help creating an outdoor living environment, the store also offers free design services with Paddock's Casual Living Designers. These designers specialize in creating personalized outdoor family rooms and assist store guests with coordinating furniture, fabric, lighting and accent accessories for a complete and inviting backyard living experience.
"We are very excited to be located in one of the most visible, highly trafficked centers in Arizona," said David Ghiz, president of Paddock's Retail Division. "This area of the city is absolutely booming and Desert Ridge area families are in need of having the Valley's largest and only one stop source for complete backyard living and enjoyment. We are in the location on a temporary basis and if everything goes as we expect, we will completely remodel the store to represent Paddock's full line Backyard Superstore concept."
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