evo is expanding!

16 Sep, 2012

It’s pretty big news to hear that evo, the northwest ski/snowboard shop, is expanding rather than struggling in the economy. But it’s true! They’ll be growing their retail/art/gathering space but adding 50% more retail space that’ll be near two new restaurants and Seattle’s only skatepark.

For anyone who has seen a movie premiere, art exhibit or shopped at evo in Seattle, it’s definitely going to up the stakes as a welcome location for the Seattle scene to frequent. When the press release first went out, the talk was about evo getting the skatepark up and running. Personally I’m happy to hear the bigger location with easier access. It’s a great move for evo and cements their position as a fun place to be, shop and hang out at.

Stone Way Store

Here are the full details on the new move:

evo, Seattle’s leading retailer of action sports gear and fashion apparel, announced it is relocating its Seattle store to a new location at 3500 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103 this fall.

evo is relocating to the Fremont Collective building that will include 50% more retail space than its current location at 122 NW 36th Street in Seattle. It will have more parking and easier access to and from I-5, Hwy 99, better public transit service and access to the Burke-Gilman trail.

As with its current location, the new evo Seattle will feature the latest skis, snowboards, skateboards, wakeboards, outerwear, streetwear and accessories. In addition, evo will continue to offer full ski and snowboard shop services such as tuning, mounting, waxing and repairs, as well as its art gallery that features monthly local artists. It will feature a brand new state-of-art sound system from Skullcandy for in-store events and premieres.

evo Seattle will be joining two restaurants, Joule and The Whale Wins and Seattle’s only indoor skatepark at the Fremont Collective, all scheduled to be opening this fall.

For the full details/FAQs, go to: http://www.evo.com/evo-seattle-new-store.aspx

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