Five Below Opens in California

July 30, 2016

20160729_115400According to their website, Five Below is one of the fastest growing retailers in the country with more than 430 stores in 27 states. Five Below expects to cut the ribbon on approximately 85 new stores and enter four new states in 2016, on top of opening 70 stores in 2015.

Catering to teens, pre-teens and their parents, Five Below carries an ever-evolving and exciting assortment of cell phone cases and chargers, remote control cars, yoga pants, graphic tees, nail polish, footballs and soccer balls, tons of candy and seasonal must-haves for Easter, Halloween, Christmas and more.  Everything, every day, is just $5 and below. Its stores are a vibrant, colorful and high-energy destination.

Five Below products are grouped into one of eight in-store worlds:Style, Room, Sports, Tech, Crafts, Party, Candy and Now.  Five Below’s unique assortment features leading brands such as Lego®, Wilson®, Hasbro™ and Peeps® and hot licenses from Disney® and Marvel® such as Frozen, Despicable Me, Avengers and Star Wars™. Rounding out the assortment is merchandise packed with quality and value made exclusively for Five Below.

Five Below was founded by David Schlessinger, creator and founder of Encore Books and Zany Brainy along with Tom Vellios, former CEO of Zany Brainy.

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5 Responses to Five Below Opens in California

  1. Bruce Almighty on July 30, 2016 at 10:38 am

    That’s all they need is another retail store. Terrible what is happening to the region.

    • Anonymous on August 7, 2016 at 8:15 pm

      Unfortunately, that’s life. With more people coming in to our area, the need for additional retail stores increases. Look on the bright side to additional retail space…new jobs!

  2. Anonymous on July 31, 2016 at 10:19 am

    Perfect. Another store that sells junk that will tie our officers up dealing with people who steal this crap.

  3. Anonymous on July 31, 2016 at 11:58 am

    Pretty clear they’re open with all the illegal signs they’ve posted in the public right-of-way all over the area.

    • Anonymous on August 1, 2016 at 12:09 pm

      There is no one working on weekends to enforce the county’s sign ordnances. That’s how/ why the new home builders get by. They have the guy with a trailer put them out Friday evenings, then take them up early Monday morning.

      ‘fiVE BELoW’ will likely have them down by Monday morning as well.