Ross Dress for Less is opening in Stephenville’s new power center.
Updated: Apr 1
Who’s ready to dress for less?
If your hand is raised, you’re in luck.
Construction on the city’s new power center located next to Walmart on Washington Street is underway and expected to be complete next spring.
“We are thrilled that another well-known, national brand has secured their place in our growing retail market. For 40 years, Ross has been a steady economic driver for communities across the nation, and their inclusion in Washington Commons is a huge win for Stephenville,” Jeff Sandford, executive director of the Stephenville Economic Development Authority whose team recruited the development, told Beneath the Surface News.
Ross has been in business since 1982, selling high-quality department store brands at low prices.
On its website, the company states that it keeps prices low by offering a “no frills” shopping experience to consumers.
That means no window displays, mannequins, fancy fixtures or store room decorations.
Ross sells clothing and shoes for women, men and kids, as well as home décor, bedding, jewelry, toys and beauty products.