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Baltimore-based, tech-focused sports brand Under Armour is in expansion mode. Earlier this year, Under Armour opened its first-ever full-priced retail store — or Brand House, as they prefer to call it — in Baltimore's Harbor East. Next up is a Tysons Corner Center store, which the Washington Business Journal reports is set to open November 7. The 8,300-square-foot shop is located on the second floor in the mall's 2A section, and will sell a large selection of youth products, as well as men's and women's apparel and footwear. There will also be locally-themed apparel and products.
And what's on the horizon after Tysons Corner? The Baltimore Business Journal wrote this summer that Under Armour executives are scouting for store locations in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Chicago.