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Indianapolis, IN

http://content.microsoftstore.com/store/detail-holiday/Indianapolis-IN

 

Location

Fashion Mall at Keystone

8702 Keystone Crossing

Indianapolis, IN 46240

Phone: Coming Soon

 

Where to find us

This store is on the Lower Level of the Fashion Mall at Keystone, in front of Abercrombie & Fitch.

 

I would like to start organizing a line party on release day. I'm not sure if it's possible to do a midnight release since it's in the middle of the mall. Hopefully we will have more info in the coming weeks.

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Dave

I made another trip to this mall and found the pop up. It literally popped up in a week. It is not where I expected it to be though and much smaller than I thought. I'll post some photos on the blog.

 

I spoke with the lady at the mall directions desk and she told me the doors open at 9. I would get there at 9 and hang out with a fully charged phone. It would be cool to have some folks to hang out with

 

I'm still trying to figure out where I'll be though. Oakbrook IL or Indy.

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I would like to stop at this store during the thanksgiving commute. Any word on what devices they'll have? Obviously they'll have a surface RT. I can't imagine they can keep much of an inventory in that little space.

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tinkererguy

I believe I overheard Dave and Jim talking to the Microsoft folks about this very question, last night. I was busy taking pics.

They may be able to answer your question.

Meanwhile, here's a slightly different link I spotted:

http://content.microsoftstore.com/store/surface-holiday/Indianapolis-IN?WT.mc_id=pointitsem_retailsustain_surface-holiday_d

 

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