This is what I woke up to this morning, in response to my message I sent to Zara.
Dear Ms. Palmer,
We would like to thank you for your interest in our company.
However, we must inform you that at this time we have no plans in the short or medium term to open one of our retail format?s stores in Arizona.
We will, however, make note of your request in order to study its viability for future expansion plans.
Thank you for contacting us. Kind regards.
Of course I am responding to this, and everyone who reads this should respond as well and forward to all of their friends that we all know would LOVE Zara and their amazing clothes. If you want to help get Zara to Arizona then follow this link
and send them a message that Phoenix, the 6th largest city in the country deserves great clothes too!
Here is my response:
I am wondering why you are not planning on opening any stores in the Phoenix area, really in what appears to be ever. In case you were unaware, Phoenix is the 6th largest metropolitan area in the entire nation. Although you currently have 48 stores in the US, many of these stores are located in cities with not nearly a population as sizeable as ours; Bethesda, Edison, and Greenwich don’t even make it on the list of the top cities, and really where is Skokie, IL? We also host one of the largest universities in the country providing for a large amount of the population that you are targeting. In numbers, the population of Phoenix is made up of 44% people between the ages of 18 and 44, which I believe is your primary demographic. Can you please elaborate as to why these other locations, that seem to be not as appealing as ours, are being served and we are being deprived of amazing fashion?
PS. The link that you sent me in your response did not work.