• Factory Outlet Shopping

    Factory Outlet Shopping is hot in the Adirondacks. Informed shoppers in great numbers are ecstatic about the extraordinary savings on brand name merchandise and the quality which has made them famous. By definition, a Direct Factory Outlet is owned and operated by the manufacturer of products that are currently being sold on the retail market under a specific brand name. Comparatively, a Distributor Factory Outlet purchases brand name goods from many sources and sells them at discount prices. Although outlets are havens for bargain hunters, being a knowledgeable and experienced shopper will enhance your buying power remarkably. For instance, familiarize yourself with merchandise and know what you’re looking for in style, material, quality, color and size. Be aware of the store’s return policy, keeping in mind that some sales may be final. Generally, 90% of their merchandise is first quality. Look at the tags to distinguish first and second quality goods. If in doubt, be sure to ask questions. When purchasing clothing for another person, select garments that have hems, cuffs and seams and which can be easily altered for a correct fit. Because retail outlets usually receive merchandise weekly, plan for a return visit if you’re not able to make exactly the right purchase this time. One of the pleasures of Factory Outlet Shopping is finding “hidden treasures” or “unusual bargains.” So don’t pace yourself too quickly. Take time to look at the latest styles and experience the savings.

    Lake George Outlets

    Shop the factory outlets in Lake George New York! With this Lake George Outlet Guide, you will find comprehensive information on the Lake George factory outlet stores on Route 9, “The Million Dollar Half Mile.”

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