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Apple to open store in Rancho Cucamonga

updated 12:55 am EDT, Wed June 23, 2004

Rancho Cucamonga store

According to a MacNN reader, Apple is seeking various retail positions listed for Rancho Cucamonga, CA, which may be located in a new , there are various positions listed for Rancho Cucamonga, CA.




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  1. buzzedchiguy

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    ghetto

    I thought Apple only put retail stores in exclusive areas. Rancho Cucamonga is far from that, in my opinion.

  1. electroJerm

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    why so interesting?

    Why the quotes around the apparantly interesting "open-air" mall? Many of the Apple stores in southern Cal are open-air... just about every new or refurbished mall is. I assume the author of this article has never been a CA native.

  1. Awimoway

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wohoo!

    No more 2 hour drive to the Pasadena store! Rancho Cucamonga is the newest shopping area in the Inland Empire and near the crossroads of several freeways. I would have expected a store closer to Ontario (such as around Ontario Mills) but this makes sense (and is, in fact, closer for me).

    As for the exclusive crack… Apple will go will the people and the money is. At least out here we can afford some discretionary funds for computing since we don't blow all our wad on overpriced housing.

    But to put one in a run-of-the-mill strip mall would be a little out of the ordinary, and perhaps this is what the author meant. I don't know enough about this Victoria Gardens shopping center to say what kind it is.

  1. x user

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Hmm,

    I know someone that will be really happy about that!

    For that matter, Apple stores here in Socal do really well, for the simple reason that we have more mac users around here, and we don't want to drive in traffic for an hour to get to a Apple store.

    Pasadena
    Glendale

    15 min apart and both do fine!

  1. cebritt

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    It's just fun to say...

    ...Rancho Cucamonga! Even more fun, than Kalamazoo!

  1. osxisfun

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    me thinks

    next store = walla-walla washington!

  1. AsgardTex

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Does this mean

    that Apple took a wrong turn at Albuquerque?

  1. kcm3

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Victoria Gardens

    While Rancho Cucamonga as a city might not be "exclusive", as you put it, Victoria Gardens is supposed to be a high-end mall when it opens, which probably explains it. R.C. isn't too shabby when it comes to disposable income, either.

  1. electroJerm

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    another area

    another area in socal that is in need of a store would be the northern OC, western San Bernadino County, or eastern San Gabriel Valley areas... something between Pasadena, Rancho, and Costa Mesa.... perhaps Brea Mall? Montclair Plaza? the upcoming Chino Hills mall project?

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