November 7, 2023

David Prince

IT'SUGAR Opens Their First Store in Washington in the Bellis Fair Mall in Bellingham, Washington

IT’SUGAR Sweetens the Deal as It Opens at Bellis Fair Mall on November 16

Get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth and indulge in a world of sugary delights, as IT’SUGAR is set to open its doors at Bellis Fair Mall on November 16, 2023. The renowned candy emporium is bringing its signature blend of fun, variety, and nostalgia to the heart of our mall, promising a sweet experience like no other.

IT’SUGAR is the ultimate destination for candy enthusiasts of all ages. With over 100 locations nationwide, this larger-than-life candy store offers a vast selection of sweets, treats, and unique confections, making it the perfect place to shop for gifts, celebrate special occasions, or simply satisfy your cravings.

"We're thrilled to welcome ‘IT’SUGAR’ to Bellis Fair Mall, and we believe it will satisfy the sweet tooth of all ages," said Felix Reznick, mall owner and founder of 4th Dimension Properties. "The store's unique and vibrant atmosphere, combined with their diverse candy selection, is sure to create a buzz in the community and enhance the overall shopping experience at our mall."

“IT’SUGAR is more than a candy store and we are excited to finally share our store experience with the state of Washington,” said Justin Clinger, Assistant Vice President Creative and Marketing of IT’SUGAR. “We have one of the most expansive assortments of confectionery treats, alongside a curated collection of in-demand candy licensed merchandise, such as apparel, plush, scented candles, and more. IT’SUGAR provides a sweet and humorous escape from everyday life.”

The arrival of IT’SUGAR at Bellis Fair Mall aligns with the mall's commitment to offering a diverse and exciting shopping experience. As the holiday season approaches, the store will be a go-to destination for festive treats, stocking stuffers, and memorable gifts for friends and family.

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