Cincinnati Premium Outlets is set to welcome its third new store in the first quarter of this year.
Pepper Palace, which sells gourmet hot sauce, BBQ sauce, salsa, pickled items, jellies and jams, beef jerky and more, will join Cincinnati Premium Outlets’ roster of nearly 100 retailers in March.
Touting itself as “the Planet’s Number One Hot Shop,” Pepper Palace invites shoppers to experience a variety of small batch, handcrafted, natural, and award-winning sauces while “perusing a pantry of seasonings and sizzling, stylish apparel.”
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This will be Pepper Palace’s first Ohio location. It operates more than 30 retail locations in the United States and Canada and plans expansion into the West, Northeast and Midwestern U.S. and Central Canada.
"We're thrilled to bring Pepper Palace to the Ohio market during the brand's 30-year anniversary," said Mary Ann Mattscheck, Cincinnati Premium Outlets general manager. "The center's newest addition honors our pledge to provide shoppers with experiences they won't find anywhere else, while furthering Cincinnati Premium Outlets' portfolio of specialty food retailers."
Sandwiched between Wilson's Leather and Lids and Christopher & Banks, Pepper Palace will boast an array of featured items such as Ghost Pepper Rub, Time's Up Reaper Hot Sauce, Most Excellent Cocktail Sauce Ever!, Most Excellent Bloody Mary Mix Ever!, Maple Chipotle Rub and more.
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Moreover, shoppers searching for the latest in product updates, recipes and exclusive Pepper Palace news can become an official Pepper Palace Chilihead, affording them even deeper discounts at the newest location.
The announcement is just the latest in a string of new stores coming to the outlet mall. Action sports footwear and apparel retailer Vans opened earlier this month next to Reebok Outlet and across from Disney Outlet Store.
An AT&T store is opening March 12 near Columbia Factory Store.
Cincinnati Premium Outlets busy first quarter follows a robust 2018, where the outlet mall welcomed women’s fashion boutique Francesca’s (February), watches/bicycles/leather goods retailer Shinola (April), clothing-and-accessories store Kate Spade (June) and Taiwanese-inspired bubble tea retailer Millions of Milk Tea (July).
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