New Nanuet Business At Previous Jembro Spot

Five Below offers fun items for teens and pre-teens from $1-5. The store will be opening on Sept 14


After closed in the Rockland Shopping Center, the storefront stayed vacant for quite some time. In the past few weeks, there was activity stirring up inside. 

Located between Dollar Tree and Eastern Mountain Sports, Five Below will be bringing new items at low prices specifically for teens and pre-teens. 

"We are opening a store there in the fall," said Denise DiMeglio of Five Below. "The store in Rockland Plaza is scheduled to open on Sept. 14."

Here's a look at some items they'll be selling:

  • Sports: Team gear, sports balls, fitness
  • Media: Headphones, iPhone/iPod, computer and tablet accessories
  • Crafts: School supplies, duck tape
  • Party: Gift cards, party supplies
  • Candy: Sweets, energy drinks, movie theater candy
  • Room: Storage and decor, lava lamps
  • Style: Tees, accessories, flip flops, nail polish

About Five Below

Five Below is the leading retailer of trend-right, extreme-value merchandise to the teen and pre-teen market - all for $1.00 to $5.00.

Five Below's dynamic assortment of merchandise includes everything from sporting goods, games, fashion accessories and jewelry, to hobbies and collectibles, bath and body, candy and snacks, room décor and storage, stationery and school supplies, video game accessories, books, dvds, iPhone accessories, novelty and "gag," and seasonal items. five below combines exceptional value with trend-right, quality merchandise in a vibrant shopping environment.

Five Below was founded by David Schlessinger, creator and founder of Encore Books and Zany Brainy along with Tom Vellios, former CEO of Zany Brainy.

Chris August 02, 2012 at 03:50 PM
Hmm... a place to get novelty and gag gifts. I have been in the market for a whoopie cushion and that stuff you put into cigarettes that makes them explode. Sounds like a fun junk shop to me. Hey, as long as they don't sell synthetic drugs, all is good.
Bruce Cohen August 02, 2012 at 04:01 PM
Is Nanuet turning into a discount town? I'm SO glad I live here!
Kelly Castel August 02, 2012 at 04:48 PM
Actually I've seen quite a few of these stores in New Jersey. They seem to do well and are OPEN FOR BUSINESS. These businesses are all ratables that contribute to local taxes well as collectors of sales tax for the state. Not to mention the store is rented and employing people.
Think4urself August 02, 2012 at 07:50 PM
Cheap ,toxic, slave produced junk from China -just what today's tweens need more of.
Kimberly Roe August 13, 2012 at 05:13 PM
Why did I get a flyer in Saturdays newspaper that says Nanuet Now Open?


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