The Tile Shop Store Adds Third Store To Serve Long Island Suburbs; Sixth Store In New York

The Tile Shop (NASDAQ:TTS), a specialty retailer of high quality, premium manufactured and natural stone tiles, has opened a new retail store in Lynbrook, N.Y., a Long Island suburb located about 23 miles east of Manhattan along the busy New York Route 27 (NY 27) corridor, which extends from Brooklyn to the far eastern point of Long Island.

The new location, the sixth retail store for The Tile Shop in New York and the third to serve Long Island’s suburbs, offers Nassau County homeowners the most comprehensive selection of 4,500 beautiful and natural stone and tile products. Other Tile Shop retail locations in New York include: Buffalo, Commack, Rochester, Scarsdale, and Westbury.

The Tile Shop’s new store is located at 831 Sunrise Highway in Lynbrook, which is where the family in the well-known, long-running TV sitcom, Everybody Loves Raymond, lived. The new Tile Shop retail store is located near the Green Acres Mall on the densely traveled Sunrise Highway corridor, which averages 46,000 vehicles per day. Other well-known major retailers located near the new Tile Shop location in Lynbrook include Target, B.J.’s Wholesale Club, Best Buy, Forever 21, H&M, American Eagle, Old Navy, and Staples.

The Tile Shop has partnered with 831 Lynbrook LLC to develop the new 19,600 sq. ft. location, which will be managed by Steve Gilerman, who joined The Tile Shop in 2011.

When Lynbrook homeowners enter the new Tile Shop retail location, they will receive the Beautiful Made Easy™ experience. This shopping experience helps homeowners find the most beautiful tile and stone and makes it as easy as possible to purchase exactly what they need to transform their homes. The Tile Shop in Lynbrook features fully decorated, room-size displays -- kitchens, baths, and other spaces within a home – completed with actual appliances as well as lighting and plumbing fixtures, that allow the homeowner to envision what their Tile Shop tile and stone will look like, installed, in their home.

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