evo relocating Seattle store this fall

SEATTLE, WA, August 29, 2012 – evo, Seattle’s leading retailer of outdoor 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 will continue to operate at its current retail store until it relocates sometime this fall.

evo is relocating to the Fremont Collective building that will include 50% more retail space than its current location at 122 NW 36thStreet 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.

For construction updates, photos, videos and FAQ’s please visit our relocation page at http://www.evo.com/evo-seattle-new-store.aspx

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 repairs and boot fitting 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.

evo.com

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