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New name for Oklahoma City outlet center


Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett won’t have occasion to announce a championship for the OKC Thunder this year, but he did stop by the RECon show in Las Vegas to crown the OKC Outlets.

The former Outlet Shoppes at Oklahoma City was sold by CBL to The Outlet Resource Group and Singerman Real Estate earlier this month. The new owners wasted no time putting its own brand on the center. “OKC” is the abbreviation commonly used by NBA fans to identify the Thunder.

Cornett was joined at the TORG booth at the retail real estate industry’s premier trade show by Roy Williams, president of the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. Together, they unveiled the new name and logo of the center for attendees and on Facebook Live.

TORG and Singerman plan to launch a grand re-opening of OKC Outlets this fall. The center hosts more than 90 retail outlets, including Nike, Vera Bradley, Michael Kors, Polo Ralph Lauren and Under Armour. New retailers such as ECCO and Bath & Body Works have opened recently, and TORG says more brands will be revealed in the near future.

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