RAPID CITY, S.D. (Dakota News Now) - Old Navy has announced its newest location will open in Rushmore Crossing, Rapid City.
The store will host its grand opening on Oct. 1, at Rushmore Crossing, 1617 Eglin Street, Rapid City, SD 57701. The Old Navy team will be wearing pink for October Breast Cancer Awareness Month and will be joined by members of the Chamber of Commerce, the Police and Sheriff’s Departments, and other local figures. Old Navy employees will also collect donations from employees for Boots for the Homeless, a non-profit group that collects new and used clothing for homeless Vets in the community.
Job opportunities at Old Navy
Representatives say at Old Navy, we imagine a better future for future generations, and our brand is deeply committed to being part of the fabric of the communities we serve. As part of our Imagine Mission, Old Navy has partnered with Boys & Girls Clubs of America for decades to provide opportunities for kids and teens in need of mentorship and job training through the This Way ONward Program.
About Old Navy
Old Navy said in its press release that it is a global retailer that offers fun, fashionable and affordable clothing for the entire family. We’re also the first value retailer to integrate the shopping experience by offering the broadest assortment of women’s sizes in stores and online, with no price difference. We believe in the democracy of style and service for all and value inclusivity, opportunities for youth, and a future that’s sustainable for its customers, employees, and communities.
The Rapid City store is over 10,000 square feet of dedicated retail space.
Gap Inc.’s top priority remains the health and safety of our employees, customers, and communities. Following official COVID-19 recommendations from OSHA and CDC, as well as local government mandates, Gap Inc. has a number of health and safety measures in place to support teams and customers with a safe and seamless shopping experience.
To learn more, visit Gap Inc.’s COVID-19 response page.
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