Microsoft is just eight days away from opening the doors to its 14th retail outlet, located in the Tysons Corner Center, and the company has quite a celebration planned.
The Grand Opening ceremonies are scheduled to debut at 9:30 AM on November 17, 2011, with the latest Microsoft Store welcoming customers just a half an hour later, as of 10:00 AM.
Later that day, starting with 5:00 PM, those present will have the chance to play Kinect with Cal Ripken Jr., Baltimore Orioles’ "Iron Man."
Microsoft’s Diane Golshan invited Microsoft Partners to attend the grand opening of the latest Microsoft Store, as well as partake in a number of additional activities, both on and after November 17.
“Microsoft partners located in (or visiting!) the D.C. area are invited to help us celebrate the Grand Opening of the fourteenth Microsoft Store location at Tysons Corner Center,” she said.
“In addition to the Grand Opening ceremonies that are taking place on Thursday, November 17, partners have a unique opportunity to attend a VIP breakfast on Friday, November 18 to hear about how you can use the Microsoft Store to your advantage, plus get a private store tour.”
Microsoft Partners might find very interesting the Partner Breakfast and Private Store Tour that the Redmond company will be holding Friday, November 18, 8:30-9:30AM.
“Come hear how the Microsoft Store can be a place for you to help drive pipeline for your business, and get a private store tour,” Golshan said.
According to Golshan, partners need to RSVP Raj Chadha, using the following email address: v-rajanc at microsoft.com.
The celebrations around the Grand Opening of the Microsoft Store at Tysons Corner Center will continue through the weekend, with an exclusive performance by Joe Jonas set for Saturday, November 19, 2:30PM.
“The musical performance location is situated off of Shop Tysons Blvd near Lord & Taylor at Tysons Corner Center. Details at http://facebook.com/microsoftstore. Gates open at 12:00PM on 11/19. In order to enter the performance-viewing area, attendees must have a wristband,” Golshan added.