Cariloha Store Opening in Plano




Bamboo clothing, bedding and bath goods retailer Cariloha is opening a 1,428-square-foot store at The Shops at Legacy, located at 7201 Bishop Road, in Plano. Kelsey Ishmael, director of marketing for The Shops at Legacy, says. “Cariloha is a great example of an international company bringing something new to Plano with a line of products based on a green, renewable resource.”

The only retail store in Plano exclusively selling bedding and bath goods made from eco-friendly bamboo, Cariloha offers guests the chance to feel the difference in the bed sheets, towels, mattresses and apparel that the company offers. is naturally antibacterial, hypoallergenic and repels odor. Jeff Pedersen, Cariloha president and CEO, says, “It’s one of the most renewable resources on the planet.”

Established in 2007, the product line features an exclusive collection of apparel, accessories, bedding and bath goods and more all made from bamboo. Cariloha has already opened stores in 16 countries and continues to grow by offer by an exclusive collection of products enjoying the strength, soft touch, and green footprint' of this renewable resource.

For more information, call 469-467-9995 or visit ShopsAtLegacy.com and Cariloha.com.

 

 

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