SATURDAY, JULY 15
10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
SUNDAY, JULY 16
12 p.m. - 7 p.m.
American Girl’s store hours will align with Crabtree Valley operating hours.
In order to ensure the enjoyment and safety of our customers, tickets are required for entry into the store during grand-opening weekend of July 15th and July 16th. If we reach capacity for the day, no more entrance tickets will be distributed.
Beginning one hour before store opening on Saturday and Sunday, American Girl will distribute entrance tickets for that day. Entrance tickets can be obtained near our store entrance and are valid only on the day they're issued. Lines may form on Saturday, July 15th beginning at 5:30 am. No lines will be permitted to form on Sunday, July 16th until 9:00 am. Please note that no chairs, blankets or other similar personal effects will be allowed in line.
Entrance tickets for Saturday will only be good for Saturday, same for Sunday.
Each child that visits American Girl will receive a complimentary gift, while supplies last.
American Girl will be hosting a craft, while supplies last.
American Girl will be hosting a drawing for a free Gabriela McBride Girl of the Year doll and book, accessories, and pet. There will be one giveaway on Saturday and one giveaway on Sunday. Customers do not need to be present to win.
The closest mall entrance to American Girl is Sears and the parking Blue Deck.
American Girl is bringing its pop-up store back to Raleigh - read full article at newsobserver.com
“Given our success in experiential retail over the past 18 years, we are excited to reopen a specialty boutique in a top market, such as Raleigh, and a premier retail destination like Crabtree Valley Mall,” Spanos said in an email. “With millions of visitors annually, Crabtree Valley Mall is Raleigh’s most sought after retail destination for both locals and tourists. Plus, the mall’s upscale mix of retail and restaurants is a great fit for our brand and provides us with an amazing opportunity to introduce American Girl products and our retail concept to locals and tourists traveling to Raleigh.”
- Stephanie Spanos, a spokeswoman for Mattel-owned American Girl