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Surfing Heritage Gift Store moves to The OC Mart Mix

at The OC Mart Mix at SoCo
3313 Hyland, Ste. C
Costa Mesa, Ca 92626

714.556.3683

We're making a move! The Surfing Heritage Museum & Gift Store has moved from its location at South Coast Plaza West to its new home at The OC Mart Mix at SoCo. The retail space consists of a couple dozen, boutique style mini-stores, each with its own unique, design flavor.
We still have our headquarters in San Clemente
visiting hours are Mon-Sat, 11-4
Here's how SoCo's website describes it:  
South Coast Collection, affectionately being called SoCo, is the only progressive shopping center of its kind in Orange County. With over 300,000 square feet of design showrooms and creative studios, SoCo offers the latest in a wide variety of trendsetting home furnishings and accessories as well as many other specialty retailers, all in one convenient place.

The new store at SoCo will be operating on limited hours while site construction takes place (for now, Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday from 10-4, we'll let you know once that changes).

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

So bummed when we went to SCP today and store was closed. Luckily looked up on internet to see location had moved. Didnt see any information at old site pertaining to the move. They should have some up!

April 16, 2011 at 8:19 PM  

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