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Woodstock City Council unanimously approved an entertainment district, allowing adult shoppers to carry alcoholic beverages at the Outlet Shoppes of Atlanta. / Special

A plus-size fashion store and a technology franchise will soon join the businesses at The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta in Woodstock. Cellairis, a cell phone repair and accessories franchise, and Torrid, a fashion retailer for women sizes 10-30, will open at the center in the next few weeks, outlet mall officials announced Tuesday.

Cellairis offers cases, accessories and screen protectors while also providing comprehensive repair services for phones, tablets and computers. The first technology store in the outlet mall, it will be located across from Under Armour near center court.

“We are always looking for ways to broaden our selection of stores to meet the needs of our shoppers,” said General Manager Charlie Loughran in a statement. “Both Torrid and Cellairis provide new options that expand on our unmatched shopping experience. Our goal is to make The Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta the only place you need to go for everything you need; these new additions allow us to do just that for our shoppers.”

Torrid is a plus-size retailer that designs clothing and accessories for every shape, every size and every curve of its customers, according to its website. The store will be located in the south-end of the center next to Express.

The clothing and accessory retailer is scheduled to open Feb. 26. A “preview party” 5 p.m. Feb. 25 features a sale of $25 off purchases of $75 or more, and a “grand opening” March 2 starting at 10 a.m. rewards the first 50 shoppers with a gift card valued up to $100.

An opening date has not been set for Cellairis, but the franchise is planned to open in the first week of March, a spokeswoman for the mall said.

For more information, visit www.theoutletshoppesatatlanta.com or follow The Outlet Shoppes of Atlanta on Facebook.

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Shannon is a reporter covering education, city governments, crime, features, religion and other local news. She is a graduate of Young Harris College and currently lives in unincorporated Woodstock.

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