THE VIRGIN OLIVE OILER TO OPEN IN SUNDANCE SQUARE BEFORE HOLIDAY SEASON

FORT WORTH (September 22, 2016) – The Virgin Olive Oiler, which uses the freshest certified extra virgin olive oils from around the world, is moving to Sundance Square. Owner Charles Flach will open the 900 square foot store this winter at 416 Commerce between 3rd and 4th Streets.

“The olive oil industry is a multi-billion dollar business around the world and having a trusted source such as The Virgin Olive Oiler here in Sundance Square provides our shoppers with a trendy, fashionable way to enjoy a culinary experience,” remarked Johnny Campbell, President and CEO of Sundance Square. “The store will offer fresh and flavorful selections for gifts and souvenirs in addition to stocking your own pantry.”

The Virgin Olive Oiler will offer the largest selection of extra virgin olive oils, as well as balsamic vinegars, in the state.  Customers will be offered an elegant shopping and sampling experience with a focus on educating the consumer on the world of oils and vinegars.  Complimentary samplings of all oils and vinegars will be offered along with complimentary beverages.

Flach intends to stock 60 different oils and vinegars for consumers and will regularly add new flavors of oils and vinegars.  All are on tap and available every day of the week. The Virgin Olive Oiler will feature its best sellers including Tuscan Herb, Organic Butter and Organic Basil olive oils along with their traditional 18-year Balsamic, Sicilian Lemon and Cinnamon-Pear.

“Sundance Square is the perfect destination that draws people from all over North Texas for their shopping needs,” said Charles Flach, owner of The Virgin Olive Oiler.  “I wanted a location with numerous choices for restaurants, boutique shops and entertainment with a great presence in the community and Sundance Square offers all of it.”

Sundance Square is a vibrant 35-block commercial, residential, entertainment and retail district where people work, live, shop and dine among beautiful landscaping, red-brick streets and turn-of-the-century buildings. More information about Sundance Square can be found at www.sundancesquare.

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