Boot Barn is expected to open its newest store this week in Lebanon.
Company officials said the store will open its doors Thursday, and the official grand opening sale and celebration is scheduled to begin April 5 at 10 a.m. and continue through April 7.
The 15,000-square-foot store at 1008 Cumberland Center Blvd., will be stocked with more than 4,000 pairs of boots and 3,000 pairs of jeans. It’s the second business to open in the Cumberland Center after Logan’s Roadhouse opened its doors in December.
In addition to boots and jeans, Boot Barn stocks the largest selection of western and work shirts, hats, outerwear, protective work wear, belts, and accessories from Wrangler, Ariat, Justin, Carhartt, Timberland PRO, Levi's, Resistol, Wolverine, Cinch, Corral and Miss Me. The company is also known for its customer service with trained fit experts to help customers find the right style and fit.
"At Boot Barn, we love cowboy boots. And we know our customers love selection. That's why we have more than 17,000 pairs in the Nashville area to choose from," said Amy Inabinet, Boot Barn’s director of marketing. "We also love rodeo. In fact, we support more than 500 rodeos and western events every year and, thanks to Mayor [Philip] Craighead's help, look forward to supporting the Whip Crackin' Rodeo in April."
With the acquisition of RCC Western Stores in 2012, the new Lebanon store will be the company's fourth location in greater Nashville. Just in time for the grand opening, the RCC stores in Opry Mills, Brentwood and Goodlettsville will wear the Boot Barn name, providing customers with a broader selection, new programs like Boot Barn Rewards and the same great service. All locations will celebrate the grand opening with special events and savings.
Boot Barn has been outfitting the West since 1978. Boot Barn is the largest western and work retailer in the country, with 117 stores from coast to coast and online shopping via their mobile-friendly website. Boot Barn supports more than 500 national and local rodeos and western events, as well as Operation Homefront.