Print
Retail

Mayfaire Town Center Welcomes Lily Pulitzer Retail Store

By Cece Nunn, posted Dec 6, 2019
The spot at Mayfaire Town Center previously occupied by Palm Garden has transitioned into a corporately owned Lily Pulitzer retail store. (Photo by Cece Nunn)
Shoppers at Mayfaire Town Center now have the option to patronize a Lily Pulitzer retail store, according to an announcement Thursday.

A store that sold the resort wear brand at the center, Palm Garden, recently transitioned from a Lily Pulitzer signature store into a retail store, a news release stated.

Palm Garden owner Beverly Cook explained the change in a Facebook post. 

"For over 20 years, I have been lucky to be able to provide you with a place to shop for all your Lilly Pulitzer needs. I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know so many of you, and I consider a lot of you friends. You have remained loyal to Palm Garden through years of change, as well as countless hurricanes! I am and will be forever grateful for that.

"Now the time has come for another big change. In November, I am retiring from retail, and Palm Garden will be transitioning to a Lilly Pulitzer corporate store." 

Lily Pulitzer, headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, sells brightly colored clothing, jewelry and other accessories.

"We thank Beverly Cook and Palm Garden for over 20 incredible years and look forward to welcoming long-time customers and those who are coming in for the first time," the release stated. 

The store is located in the center at 6804 Main St. 

“We are very excited to welcome the new Lilly Pulitzer retail store," stated Kurt Bohlmann, general manager of Mayfaire in the release. “It’s a pleasure to bring our customers more of what they love.”

Cook said in her Facebook post, "This will be so exciting for Wilmington and its surrounding areas, and I am happy that you will be able to continue to shop locally (and in such a fun way) for your Lilly Pulitzer. You will continue to see many of the familiar faces that have been at Palm Garden, but you will also meet and get to know some awesome new people as well."
Ico insights

INSIGHTS

SPONSORS' CONTENT
Mike stonestreet 300x300

Communicating In A Crisis: Part 1 – Defining A Crisis And Preparing Communication

Mike Stonestreet - CAMS (Community Association Management Services)
Aaeaaqaaaaaaaaidaaaajdhiztrkodm0lte2yjetngrkmy1hotrmltawmdvlmwqyztmymw

The CIE: Distanced, Not Disengaged

Diane Durance - UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Headshot2 3182020512

Strategies For Increasing Energy Efficiency In A Home

Chris Jones - Green Dot Heating & Air

Trending News

Cleaning Up Hurricane's 'big Sloppy Mess' On Water Street, Other Damage

Cece Nunn and Christina Haley O'Neal - Aug 4, 2020

Cape Fear Region Braces For Isaias

Christina Haley O'Neal - Aug 3, 2020

Bitty & Beau's To Begin Franchising

Jessica Maurer - Aug 3, 2020

After Massive Outages, Crews Work To Restore Power

Christina Haley O'Neal - Aug 4, 2020

PPD Signs New Service Agreement With Pfizer

Cece Nunn - Aug 3, 2020

In The Current Issue

Sparking New Life For City's Downtown

From Thursday through Sunday, pedestrians rule some city blocks that shut down to traffic as busi­nesses take to the streets to expand occup...


Distilling A COVID-19 Necessity

Just a few months in to operat­ing their distillery in downtown Wilmington, End of Days Distillery founders Shane and Beth Faulkner found th...


Growing Firm Makes Electronic Connections

Connected Home Inc., which specializes in home automation equipment and installation, has been growing steadily in the past decade....

Book On Business

The 2020 WilmingtonBiz: Book on Business is an annual publication showcasing the Wilmington region as a center of business.

Order Your Copy Today!


Galleries

Videos

2020 Leadership Accelerator: Virtual Workshops for Real Leaders
2019 Health Care Heroes
August 26, 2019 Power Breakfast: A Healthy Sale?
2019 WilmingtonBiz Expo Keynote Lunch - CEO, nCino, Pierre Naude`