Five Below will open a new location in the Shops at the Galleria near Home Goods at 12700 Shops Parkway, Ste. 400, Bee Cave. Following a remodel, the location is expected to open in the fall. The national franchise sells a variety of tech, toy, fashion and decor products ranging from $1 to $10, according to the company’s website. www.fivebelow.com
Five Below to open Bee Cave location
Five Below is coming soon to Bee Cave. (Amy Rae Dadamo/Community Impact Newspaper)
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