Help us Celebrate Vera Bradley's Opening

Help us Celebrate Vera Bradley's Opening

- First Store to Feature New Logo and Innovative Store Design -
Avrielle Gallipoli
Lividini & Co.

Schaumburg, IL – (NASDAQ: VRA) Vera Bradley, iconic accessories brand for the modern woman, announced today the opening of its 111th full line retail location in Schaumburg, Illinois at Woodfield Mall on April 1, 2016. The new 2,100 square-foot store will carry the complete Vera Bradley collection, including handbags, luggage and other travel items, accessories, eyewear, jewelry, fragrance, and so much more.

“We are delighted to open a new Vera Bradley store in Schaumburg,” said Robert Wallstrom, CEO of Vera Bradley. “We look forward to showcasing our iconic collections and our signature customer experience in our beautiful new Woodfield Mall store. With its well-edited roster of contemporary and fashion stores and its draw to both local customers and tourists, Woodfield Mall is the ideal location for Vera Bradley. We hope
our many loyal Vera Bradley customers will love the store and that new customers will discover all that we have to offer.”

The Woodfield Mall location is the first Vera Bradley store to debut its newly redesigned logo and store concept. The store design stands true to Vera Bradley’s brand aesthetic, featuring signature design elements married with new architectural details to infuse the brand’s heritage in a modern way.

The celebration of Vera Bradley’s new store will begin with a VIP Cocktail Event in the store on Thursday, March 31st from 5-8PM. The Honorable Al Larson, Mayor of Schaumburg, will join representatives of Vera Bradley to officially cut the ribbon at a ceremony in front of the store at 9:45 AM local time on Friday, April 1.

For more updates on Vera Bradley and their new Schaumburg, Illinois store location, follow us at @VeraBradley on Twitter and Instagram.

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