Find Some Bargains At The Citadel Outlets
By Deb Flomberg
Are you serious about your shopping? You aren’t alone, as there are many people just like you who are always out for the best deals on the biggest brand name items. Visit the Citadel Outlets in Los Angeles and put your shopping knowledge to the test, as you browse all the great outlet stores located right in the heart of the city. You are sure to find more than you could possibly want, so bring a friend or two along for the drive, as you can all enjoy a day of shopping fun.
There are a lot of ways to enjoy the shopping experience at the Citadel Outlets. Try getting the Shop and Dine package which will give you a sampling of several stores, with gift cards to Tommy Hilfiger, a $15 Outlets gift card, a gift card to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and a souvenir canvas bag. You can also quench your shopping thirst with a free beverage from Ruby’s Diner.
You’ll find more than 115 different shops to peruse with names like Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein, Nine West, Nautica, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Guess, and so many more. There are shops for him, shops for her, shops for the kids, shops for shoes, and pretty much anything else you could want. In fact, your trip to the Citadel Outlets can easily take up a full day or two.
Make sure that you arrive at the Citadel Outlets in style, so head out in your 2013 SLK250 Roadster from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You can put the top down and enjoy cruising along the highway with the wind in your hair and the sun on your arms as you get ready to enjoy a full day (or two) of shopping and bargains. You’ll love the drive to and from your destination when it’s made in such a stylish Roadster.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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