ULTA Beauty looks to be opening next Friday, July 21 according to special flyers circulating around Cartersville. The new beauty retailer is coming to the Main Street Shopping Center at 200 Cherokee Place in Cartersville, inside former Hibbetts store next to Publix. And rumor is a grand opening celebration if planned July 28-30. We are awaiting grand opening details from Ulta. Hiring is still underway, click ULTA Beauty Jobs for list of openings.
According to its website, ULTA Beauty is the largest beauty retailer in the United States featuring cosmetics, fragrance, skin, hair care products and salon services. The Company offers more than 20,000 products from approximately 500 well-established and emerging beauty brands across all categories and price points, including Ulta Beauty’s own private label. ULTA Beauty also offers a full-service salon in every store featuring hair, skin and brow services. As of April 29, 2017, ULTA Beauty operates 990 retail stores across 48 states and the District of Columbia and also distributes its products through its website. The company’s target is to reach more than 1200 stores by 2019 and to continue rapid growth in our e-commerce business.
Construction is underway on Coosa Valley Credit Union’s new 7,000-sq. ft. branch off Old Mill Rd. in Cartersville. A special gtoundbreaking ceremony was held Thursday. The building should be operational by summer 2018. This office will complement their existing location at 1149 N. Tennessee Street in Cartersville.
“Cartersville and Bartow County is an area that is currently experiencing a surge of growth, with development of new commercial, retail and residential opportunities,” said Andy F. Harris, President of Coosa Valley Credit Union. “We are excited to be a part of the growth in and around Cartersville, and proud to invest in this area, as well as the broader Bartow County region.”
Harris thanked the board of directors of Coosa Valley Credit Union and staff for their ongoing hard work and commitment on behalf of the credit union, as well as local officials and the Cartersville/Bartow County Chamber of Commerce for their valuable cooperation. Harris also recognized representatives from Cevian Design Lab, who served as architects for the new building, and Graham Commercial Contractors, who will build the branch.