‘Merica Clothing is a grassroots lifestyle brand that honors an appreciation for the great outdoors here in the US. They support National Park pride and exploring adventures in nature and travel. They are the second retailer following Glory Haus coming to the Marietta Square Market, which is already home to a variety of restaurants.
The company was founded in Kennesaw in 2012. They now run the company from home in Sandy Springs. Founder David Yarbrough said:
We’ve been 90% online since we started, but have always been interested in opening a physical location. When we heard about Marietta Square Market, we knew it would be the perfect opportunity for our start in retail. We have roots in Cobb county and know that we will be a great addition to the square.
The Mission of “Merica Clothing is dedication to the environmental beauty in which their designs are inspired and to give back and help maintain our land, rivers, and lakes that we call home.
With the incredible support from their customers, they have donated over $22,000 to various organizations. They look forward to increasing their impact by continuing to support the beautiful parks and land across the country.
The Marietta Market has bumped its opening to January 2019 (pushed back from the fall of 2018). The following restaurants and retailers have signed leases:
- Forno Pizza
- Street Taco
- Tiny Bubbles Tea Bar
- Pita Mediterranean
- Lucky’s Burger & Brew
- Meat in the Middle
- Shai-Karr Eatery
- Grand Champion BBQ
- Bread + Butter Bakery
- Momosan Ramen
- Tandoori Square
- Creme de la Crepe
- Glory Haus
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