As Microsoft continues to rebrand Nokia stores worldwide to Microsoft Authorized Resellers, the company is also opening new stores in the United States. A Microsoft Store will soon be opening at the Stonebriar Center in Frisco, Texas!
The new store will have ribbon cutting ceremony on June 25 and will have a number of deals to celebrate the opening. Visitors will be able to get the Dell Inspiron 15 for $399 (originally $699) and save $50 off of a new HP Stream 7 that will sell for only $49. If that wasn’t enough, the software giant will be handing out Microsoft gift cards with a surprise value of between 10 to $1000 to the first 500 people in line.
It doesn’t end there. At the event, Microsoft will be presenting over $1 million in technology grants to local nonprofit organizations, including Headstart of Greater Dallas, Dallas Arboretum, Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas, Frisco Library and the Boys and Girls Club of Collin County.
Just as with all other Microsoft Stores, the outlet will offer visitors a first hand experience with the latest Windows, Surface, Windows Phone, and Xbox products, among others. Visitors can also get any of their technical questions answered and have their products repaired by the helpful staff members at the store.
Let us know in the comments below if you’ll be visiting the new store or if you’ve visited a Microsoft Store before and what your experience was like.Further reading: Microsoft, Microsoft Store