Onward Reserve Opens Pop-Up Location At Warehouse Row Sept. 1

Monday, July 14, 2014

Onward Reserve, a luxury and specialty retailer, is opening its fourth location, a pop-up store at Warehouse Row. The pop-up store will open on Sept. 1 and will run through Jan. 31. 

Onward Reserve currently has three locations in Athens, Atlanta and Charlotte. The pop-up store will have a product offering that ranges from apparel and accessories, to gifts, home goods and luggage. 

T.J. Callaway left his investment banking job to establish Onward Reserve in 2012 in an effort to provide consumers with the best in lifestyle brands as well as up and coming collections. Designers and international brands include: Barbour, Peter Millar, Dubarry, Vilebrequin and others; however, they pride themselves in their unique finds from brands like Smathers & Branson, Fulton & Roark, Martin Dingman and Token & Icon, said officials. 

For more information about Onward Reserve, visit www.onwardreserve.com. Follow Onward Reserve on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at: @OnwardReserve. 


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