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Ashland Town Center Welcomes Two New Retailers

Ashland Town Center Welcomes Two New Retailers

Town Center welcomes 16th Region Apparel and Game Day Goods

ASHLAND, KY (October 19, 2021) — Ashland Town Center welcomes two new retailers to the town center’s diverse selection of options for guests; 16th Region Apparel is now open and Game Day Goods will open in October for the community to experience.

16th Region Apparel, locally-owned and operated by Kevin and Melissa Callihan is located next to maurices.  16th Region Apparel offers a large selection of school spirit merchandise from over twenty local school systems in the Tri-State area. Their school spirit offerings include shirts, hats, spirit merchandise and more.  In addition, 16th Region Apparel offers customized apparel and partners with local schools for fundraising opportunities. 

Game Day Goods, opening later this month next to Kay Jewelers, will offer a large assortment of local college merchandise including clothing, license plates, sports cards, beanies and more.  The new store is owned and operated by Earl Mollette, who also owns Time Warp inside Ashland Town Center. 

“We are thrilled to welcome the 16th Region Apparel and Game Day Goods to Ashland Town Center,” said Vicki Ramey, General Manager at Ashland Town Center. “Our goal is to add diverse tenants to enhance the overall experience for our guests and to further position Ashland Town Center as a gathering place for our community. This is a perfect example of how we are bringing unique, first-to-market retailers to Ashland for our guests.”

Ashland Town Center continues to offer a variety of notable retail locations to offer guests the most dynamic shopping experience. Five first-to-market retailers opened their doors to guests in 2020, bringing new and exciting places to shop to the community. In the last year, more than 10 new stores have opened at the town center with continued growth and tenant mix upgrades on the way. Most recent openings include Five Below, Rose & Remington, Curve & Cloth, Burlap & Birch, and Ironheadz Sports Nutrition, all which were the first to the Tri-State area. These are just a few examples of Ashland Town Center’s ongoing commitment to creating a true town center where community members can safely shop, dine, and gather together.

For additional information about Ashland Town Center, visit www.ashlandtowncenter.com.