Microsoft Store coming to Tulsa's Woodland Hills for holidays
BY KYLE ARNOLD World Staff Writer
Monday, September 10, 2012
Microsoft will launch a brick-and-mortar store at the Woodland Hills Mall for the holidays as the software giant and hardware maker tries to get more products in front of consumers.
The Woodland Hills Mall will be one of 32 locations getting temporary Microsoft Stores this holiday season, the company said in a press release Monday. Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City will also be the location retail location from the Redmond, Wash.-based company.
“The holiday stores continue to offer customers the opportunity to learn new technology skills and get the most out of their Microsoft-enabled devices,” the company said in a press release.
The stores are a showroom for Microsoft operating systems, software, games and products from partner companies.
The company has not released further information on the size of the store, how many employees it will have or its exact location at the mall.
While the store is only temporary, Microsoft officials have announced that they plan to open as many as 75 permanent stores.
Microsoft has 23 Microsoft Stores nationwide, with eight more in the works, including stores in Toronto and San Juan, Puerto Rico.