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New Cariloha Store Coming to Main Street in Annapolis

New Store Coming to Main Street in Annapolis Cariloha offers Caribbean/Hawaiian-inspired products made from bamboo. By Donna L. Cole of Annapolis News Patch Cariloha, a Utah-based clothing and home accessories company, is coming to Main Street in the space formerly occupied by Madison Boutique. The store offers an “island-leisure” line of bamboo products—including apparel, bedding, bath goods, accessories, fitness wear, handbags and more all made of bamboo, according to Cariloha’s website. Scott Brady, associate vice president of communication for Cariloha, said they’re on track to open [by April 27]. Note: The date has been bumped up and revised from original article. “They’re in the process of getting everything approved,” he said. “Everything looks good so far—I haven’t heard of any setbacks yet, so that’s good.” Annapolis will be the company’s 31st store, with … Read entire article »

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Bamboo apparel shop heads to Main Street (Annapolis, MD)

Capital Gazette on March 4, 2013 By SHANTEÉ WOODARDS Staff Writer A retailer specializing in bamboo clothing with Caribbean and Hawaiian flair is coming to downtown Annapolis. Cariloha sells clothing, accessories and housewares made out of bamboo, which is hypoallergenic and breathable. Lillian Nolan and her son, Chris, will run their franchise at 181 Main St., the former Madison Boutique location. This will be Utah-based Cariloha’s first mid-Atlantic shop. Its closest locations are in Maine and Florida. The Nolans chose Annapolis because of its maritime culture. They expect to open in the late spring to early summer. The cost of the project was not disclosed. “We thought about Washington, D.C., Baltimore and Old Town Alexandria, but, in effect, Annapolis is the right place for a store like this,” said Lillian Nolan, who lives in Montgomery County. … Read entire article »

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