|A-1 Luggage & Leather
|Upper Level, next to Sears|
|Barnes & Noble
|Lower Level, near JCPenney|
|Upper Level, next to Nordstrom|
|Upper Level, next to Food Court|
|Tokyo Japanese Lifestyle
|Upper Level, near Sears|
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Barnes & Noble does business -- big business -- by the book. As the #1 bookseller in the US, it operates about 720 Barnes & Noble superstores (selling books, music, movies, and gifts) throughout all 50 US states and Washington, DC. The stores are typically 10,000 to 60,000 sq. ft. and stock between 60,000 and 200,000 book titles. Many of its locations contain Starbucks cafes, as well as music departments that carry more than 30,000 titles.
BoxLunch is the destination for pop culture-inspired gifts, accessories and apparel for men & women - Get Some, Give Back. BoxLunch has joined the fight to combat hunger through their partnership with Feeding America®, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Spend $10 and BoxLunch will help provide a meal to a person in need.
A non-profit co-op gallery managed and staffed by volunteer artists, all members of PVAA ( Pomona Valley Art Association).
Personalized gifts for all occasions. Name badges, monogramming on blankets, and engraving on items bought elsewhere.
Discover little treasures here! Tokyo Japanese has everything from Sanrio (complete with Japanese packaging), housewares, kitchen appliances and tools, beauty products, cell phone accessories, candy, clothing and hats, and collectibles.