New Apple Stores?

Edot

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Jan 29, 2002
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I sorted through the list of job openings at apple.com/retail and compiled a list of new stores that will probably be opening by the end of the year. I think this brings the total up to 55!!! :D If there are any errors I apologize.

Note: Each location is only listed once even though there may have been multipule listings.

Job Title Location

Apple Store Manager - Emeryville, CA Emeryville-Bay Street-R057, CA, USA
Apple Store Manager - Las Vegas, NV Las Vegas-Fashion Show-R064, NV, USA
Apple Store Manager - Oakbrook, IL Oak Brook-Oakbrook-R056, IL, USA
Apple Store Manager - Pasadena, CA Pasadena-Colorado Blvd-R034, CA, USA
Apple Store Manager - Towson, MD Towson-Towson-R063, MD, USA
Apple Store Manager-Edison, NJ Edison-Menlo Park-R067, NJ, USA
Apple Store Manager-Indianapolis,IN Indianapolis-Keystone-R066, IN, USA
Apple Store Manager-Troy,MI Troy-Somerset-R055, MI, USA
Assistant Store Manager - Denver, CO Denver-Cherry Creek-R047, CO, USA
Assistant Store Manager - Orlando, FL Orlando-Millenia-R053, FL, USA
Assistant Store Manager-Los Angeles, CA Los Angeles-Farmers Mrkt-R050, CA, USA
Assistant Store Manager-Wauwautosa, WI Wauwatosa-Mayfair-R059, WI, USA
Asst. Store Manager-King of Prussia, PA King of Prussia-K Prussia-R065, PA, USA
Mac Genius - Edina, MN Edina-Southdale-R054, MN, USA
Mac Genius - Highland Park, TX Highland Park-Knox Street-R042, TX, USA
Mac Genius - Novi, MI Novi-Twelve Oaks-R041, MI, USA
Mac Genius - Syracuse NY Syracuse-Carousel Center-R044, NY, USA
Sales Associate I (FT) - Des Peres, MO Des Peres-West County-R062, MO, USA
Sales Associate I (PT) - Houston, TX Houston-Houston Galleria-R058, TX, USA
Sales Associate I (PT)-White Plains, NY White Plains-Westchester-R061, NY, USA
 

pimentoLoaf

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Dec 30, 2001
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The SimCity Deli
The Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, WI store will open 31 August.

Walked past where the store will be situated, between a Victoria's Secret and Richard Bennet (upscale men's clothier). The "black wall" surrounding the storefront had two door-like sections on either side next to the other stores, though no hinges were present on either; however, a construction worker holding a power drill appeared to be installing something on the VS side.

Couldn't tell if any work has started inside. Interesting thought, though, that it takes only 9 days to create a store.
 

Bear

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Jul 23, 2002
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Originally posted by pimentoLoaf
The Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa, WI store will open 31 August.

Walked past where the store will be situated, between a Victoria's Secret and Richard Bennet (upscale men's clothier). The "black wall" surrounding the storefront had two door-like sections on either side next to the other stores, though no hinges were present on either; however, a construction worker holding a power drill appeared to be installing something on the VS side.

Couldn't tell if any work has started inside. Interesting thought, though, that it takes only 9 days to create a store.
There has probably been inside work as well. That's the way it usually works in a mall.
 

Quark

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Jan 9, 2002
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Here's the Houston Store

I can't wait... Starbucks and Apple -- wahooo!!!

Quark

:D
 

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drastik

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Apr 10, 2002
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I wish we had one down here n Nashville, I have to drive to freaking Memphis. On the other hand, our wuthorized reseller and repair shop kicks butt. It might be a respect thing from apple. This place has been open for fifteen years and was the first all mac shop in Tennessee. I know the owner, and he's told me straight, if apple opens a retail store here, he's closing up shop. Do like geeting stuff faster though.;)
 

mcrain

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Feb 8, 2002
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Illinois
Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Quark
I can't wait... Starbucks and Apple -- wahooo!!!

Quark

:D
OMG, I was just there last week! We were by the jewelry kiosks just to your left!!!!

I can't wait to move down there, Houston is amazing.
 

pimentoLoaf

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Dec 30, 2001
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The SimCity Deli
30 August 2002

The Mayfair store is nearly ready for it's 10am opening tomorrow, with only a few workmen traipsing ladders about for an errant light or some other electical problem.

The store is much smaller than others, with a single window on the left and the mighty Apple logo glowing in a black slab to the right. No software racks were visible through the black-slatted screened door, and three rotating pylons with Switch personalities blocked my view through the window somewhat.

All the computer displays were up, as were the iHub toys. Employees were "out of uniform" pacing the floor gabbing to one another or in the back with some bald-headed gent. Some other older guy was guiding the construction people around and giving info to another through the door.

I don't think this store is capable of handling online orders like Woodfield Mall in Schaumberg. Still, it's better than a back corner of CompUSA with no-nothing sales yokels who'd rather talk Pentiums.

REMINDER: Doors open at 10am Saturday 31 Aug.
 

jelloshotsrule

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Feb 7, 2002
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Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Rower_CPU
Damn...that looks close enough that you'll pick up Airport down at Starbucks...awesome!
awesome? ha

starbucks=everything that's wrong with america's corporations.
 

Rower_CPU

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Oct 5, 2001
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Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by jelloshotsrule
awesome? ha

starbucks=everything that's wrong with america's corporations.
I know...they kill of small mom-n-pop style places...leading to a more and more homogeneous culture where every town has the same restaurants, stores and coffee shops. They probably exploit their workers in foreign countries, too...I don't know.

But they treat their US employees very well...

Anyway...awesome because it's free internet in a location where you can setup a laptop easily.;)
 

jelloshotsrule

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Feb 7, 2002
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Rower_CPU
I know...they kill of small mom-n-pop style places...leading to a more and more homogeneous culture where every town has the same restaurants, stores and coffee shops. They probably exploit their workers in foreign countries, too...I don't know.

But they treat their US employees very well...

Anyway...awesome because it's free internet in a location where you can setup a laptop easily.;)
wow wow... you made my point better than i'd ever have done

how do they treat their us employees well?

treating employees well doesn't override killing off competition (microsoft?)

yeah, it is a bit tough to find a good place to sit and use a computer.... in a mall at least.
 

Rower_CPU

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by jelloshotsrule
wow wow... you made my point better than i'd ever have done

how do they treat their us employees well?

treating employees well doesn't override killing off competition (microsoft?)

yeah, it is a bit tough to find a good place to sit and use a computer.... in a mall at least.
I've known several people who've worked in them. They all said:
  • Good pay/hours
  • Good benefits
  • Good perks
  • Good working environment
 

jelloshotsrule

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Rower_CPU


I've known several people who've worked in them. They all said:
  • Good pay/hours
  • Good benefits
  • Good perks
  • Good working environment
i bet microsoft treats their employees well too.
 

Rower_CPU

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Oct 5, 2001
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Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by jelloshotsrule
i bet microsoft treats their employees well too.
Probably do.

It all depends on your personal morals, and whether you view your employment by a corporation as your condoning all their actions or just as a means to an ends...
 

jelloshotsrule

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Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Rower_CPU
Probably do.

It all depends on your personal morals, and whether you view your employment by a corporation as your condoning all their actions or just as a means to an ends...
i don't have a problem with the people that work for these companies.

i'm talking about people who shop at starbucks and thus support it

a job is a job, and that's fine

but a double mocha grande latte capuccino.... blah
 

Rower_CPU

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Oct 5, 2001
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Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by jelloshotsrule
i don't have a problem with the people that work for these companies.

i'm talking about people who shop at starbucks and thus support it

a job is a job, and that's fine

but a double mocha grande latte capuccino.... blah
Ah, I see...consumer ethics...

I'm not a coffee drinker, thus I don't support them regularly...but a nice cold Frappacino does the trick every now and then. I'm trying to get my gf to stop going there so often, but...well, you know...
 

jelloshotsrule

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Feb 7, 2002
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Re: Re: Re: Re: Here's the Houston Store

Originally posted by Rower_CPU
Ah, I see...consumer ethics...

I'm not a coffee drinker, thus I don't support them regularly...but a nice cold Frappacino does the trick every now and then. I'm trying to get my gf to stop going there so often, but...well, you know...
right. it's one thing to need a job, and to work for them... it's another to give your money to them

there are other places you could get a frappacino. that's all i'm saying

ahh yeah, i know how it is

you being whipped and all
 
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