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3 new retailers open at Stoneridge Shopping Center

New stores, along with Santa, arrive just in time for the holidays

Three retailers -- Men's Wearhouse, Ohana Bros. and SF Sports -- have opened stores in the Stoneridge Shopping Center.

Stoneridge Mall spokeswoman Kate Hudson, said Men's Wearhouse has extensively remodeled 6,310 square-foot space at Stoneridge Shopping Center, combining its suit and tux stores. While the reopening of that space is expected shortly, Men's Wearhouse is open during the renovations in its current location near JCPenney.

'Ohana Bros., an island-style snack company, has opened in a 1,189 square-foot shop in the upper level of the center. A local company, the founders feature a unique taste adventure that serves authentic and fresh Hawaiian dishes, such as Maui potato chips, hand-crafted popcorn, Hawaiian shaved ice and more.

SF Sports has joined the Stoneridge Shopping Center retail line-up with a 927 square-foot store on the lower level of the mall in the Nordstrom wing. SF Sports sells a multitude of sports apparel and game day wear for over 10 California teams. Originally founded in San Francisco, SF Sports is expanding to Pleasanton to serve more of California's sports fans.

"The holiday season brings a bustling and festive atmosphere to the center," said General Manager Mike Short. "We're thrilled about these three openings to keep fresh options available for our holiday shoppers."

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