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Outlets at Little Rock to Mark Grand Opening on Oct. 16

Outlets at Little Rock to Mark Grand Opening on Oct. 16
This site plan shows the location for the 325,000-SF Outlets at Little Rock.

The developers of the Outlets at Little Rock say the shopping center will mark its grand opening on Friday, Oct. 16.
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Bourbon & Boots Launches Jewelry Line with Dillard's

Innovate Arkansas client firm Bourbon & Boots, from Little Rock entrepreneur Matt Price, has partnered with Dillard's, the department store chain based in Little Rock, to launch a new line of Southern-themed jewelry.
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Dillard's 4Q Net Income Up 9.5 Percent, Same-Store Sales Up 3 Percent

Dillard's Inc. of Little Rock on Monday reported fourth-quarter net income of $130.5 million, up 9.5 percent from $119.1 million.
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