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Burlington announces store coming to Salisbury in March

SALISBURY — Burlington Stores announced it will be adding a location in Salisbury in March 2020.

The 35,000-square-foot store will sell merchandise at 255 Tingle Drive, in a shopping center located off of Julian Road. The store has been under construction for several months and has a sign on the building soliciting job applicants.

“We are thrilled to open a new Burlington in Salisbury. This new location brings jobs to the community, and provides a great shopping experience for the entire family,” said Michael Sullivan, the CEO of Burlington Stores. “Whether they’re looking for brand-name clothing, stylish home décor items, or anything for baby, customers will enjoy significant savings and discover new merchandise arrivals each week.”

This store will be the 18th Burlington location in North Carolina.

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