Burlington Opens New Location In Hixson At Northgate Mall

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Burlington, a leading national off-price retailer, is opening a brand new location in Hixson, at the Northgate Mall at 345 Northgate Mall on Friday, Sept. 26 at 9:30 a.m.

The retailer will host a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate jobs, community, and of course, shopping.

Along with the ceremony, Burlington will host its premier philanthropic program, Burlington Gives Back. This program is dedicated to donating new merchandise to local charitable agencies in communities surrounding Burlington locations.

The retailer’s national non-profit partner, K.I.D.S. / Fashion Delivers, will work with the new Hixson store to make a contribution to locally-based Family Promise of Greater Chattanooga, which helps to prevent, reduce and end homelessness.


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