Microsoft Preparing To Open 32 Pop-Up Stores During This Holiday Season

Microsoft has revealed their retail plans for this holiday season. Microsoft said that they are planning to open about 32 pop-up stores across US, and Canada. These pop-up stores will be showcasing the latest and the greatest Windows 8 PCs, tablets, Windows Phones, Xbox and other Microsoft stuff. Here is the list of locations that will have Microsoft Store this holiday season,

  • Aventura Mall – Aventura, FL
  • Beachwood Place – Beachwood, OH
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center – Denver, CO
  • Dadeland Mall – Miami, FL
  • Eaton Centre – Toronto, Ontario
  • Fashion Mall at Keystone – Indianapolis, IN
  • Fashion Show Mall– Las Vegas, NV
  • Glendale Galleria – Glendale, CA
  • Mall at Green Hills – Nashville, TN
  • Mall in Columbia – Columbia, MD
  • Metropolis at Metrotown – Burnaby, BC
  • Montgomery Mall – Bethesda, MD
  • Natick Collection – Natick, MA
  • North Star Mall – San Antonio, TX
  • Oakridge Centre – Vancouver, BC
  • Penn Square Mall – Oklahoma City, OK
  • Perimeter Mall – Atlanta, GA
  • Roosevelt Field Mall – Garden, City, NY
  • Ross Park Mall – Pittsburgh, PA
  • Saint Louis Galleria  – St. Louis, MO
  • San Francisco Centre – San Francisco, CA
  • South Shore Plaza – Braintree, MA
  • Southpark Mall – Charlotte, NC
  • Stonebriar Centre Mall – Frisco, TX
  • Streets at Southpoint – Durham, NC
  • Time Warner Center – The Shops at Columbus Circle – New York, NY
  • Washington Square– Portland, OR
  • West Edmonton Mall – Edmonton, Alberta
  • Westfarms Mall – West Hartford, CT
  • Westfield Garden State Plaza – Paramus, NJ
  • Woodland Hills Mall – Tulsa, OK
  • Woodlands Mall  – Woodlands, TX
  • guesttt999

    This is good, but seriously Microsoft needs to do more! Open more stores and promote Windows 8 and Windows Phones much more seriously with 100% commitment and dedication.

  • Jason

    What about UK buyers? Where can we get one?

  • Sohit Pal

    i thought that they were gonna open one in the rockingham mall in Salem, nh

  • frankwick

    Most of those cities don’t have Microsoft stores. Who is going to staff these? If they staff with local talent, who know they will be temps, then the experience will fail because they will get high schoolers or bottom rung tech pros. If they are going to do this, then MS needs to commit to sending ‘real’ MS employees to manage these things.