Disney Springs announces 30 new shops, attractions for summer of 2016

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With the recent announcement of 30 new shops, attractions and restaurants coming this summer, it would appear that Disney Springs, formerly Downtown Disney, wants a slice of that sweet sweet outlet mall money. 

If the goal is to keep tourists on Disney property with "American" brands, then the following list of retailers will definitely do the trick. Here's the complete list announced Monday, February 29:   
  • Anthropologie
  • kate spade new york
  • LACOSTE
  • Under Armour
  • M·A·C Cosmetics
  • Vince Camuto
  • Vera Bradley
  • Lucky Brand
  • Oakley
  • Coca-Cola Store
  • TROPHY ROOM
  • ALEX AND ANI®
  • Na Hoku – Hawaii’s Finest Jewelers Since 1924
  • Shore
  • American Threads
  • Volcom
  • Kipling
  • francesca’s
  • Melissa Shoes
  • UNOde50
  • Johnston & Murphy
  • Everything But Water
  • Free People
  • JOHNNY WAS
  • Columbia
  • Sperry
  • Luxury of Time by Diamonds
  • International
  • Sephora
  • D-Luxe Burger
  • Amorette’s Patisserie
  • Tablas Frontera
  • Homecoming – Florida Kitchen and Shine Bar 
According to Disney's official blog, the shops will begin opening in phases starting March 15. 
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