Cutler Bay

Burlington store opens in Cutler Bay shopping center with 140 new jobs

Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, left center, and other town officials attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Burlington store.
Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, left center, and other town officials attend the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Burlington store. Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Burlington stores became Cutler Bay’s newest retailers on Sept. 30.

The 50,461-square-foot store at Point Royale Shopping Center, 19191 S. Dixie Hwy., injects about 140 jobs into the town, according to Cutler Bay officials.

Cutler Bay Mayor Peggy Bell, Vice Mayor Ernie Sochin, and Town Manager Ralph Casals attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. Burlington has more than 550 stores nationwide and employs more than 30,000 associates. The store offers branded clothing, shoes, accessories, baby products, and home furnishings.

Bell and Sochin also assisted the community through the Burlington Gives Back Program, in partnership with K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers. Burlington also donates new merchandise to Chapman Partnership, which offers a support program to the local homeless population. Burlington also gave the town a check for $10,661 made payable to DonorsChoose.org to support Cutler Bay school projects.

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