It’s not even fall yet and already a holiday decoration store is planning to return to Tysons Corner Center.
Tysons Reporter spotted a sign for A Christmas to Remember and several large, red ornaments hanging in a storefront in the mall.
Building permits indicate that A Christmas to Remember has been in Tysons Corner Center before.
The website for the store describes it as the “one-stop-shop for a personalized holiday shopping experience.”
“We offer a large selection of ornaments, lights, gifts and collectibles, in addition to officially licensed merchandise,” the website says.
The holiday store says it plans to open in Tysons on Sept. 28 — just a few days after fall starts.
The store will fill the former spot of the now-closed Charlotte Russe.
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