Press Releases

Cost Plus World Market Opens In Farmington, Utah

Specialty Retailer to Grand Open with Weekend of Special Events

OAKLAND, Calif.; October 26, 2015—Cost Plus World Market® is thrilled to announce the grand opening of its sixth store in Farmington, Utah store, the second store for the specialty retailer in the Salt Lake City market. The new store is located in Station Park at 230 N. Central Avenue, and will have all the great merchandise for which World Market® is known.

The new Cost Plus World Market store opens just in time for the holidays, with fall décor and seasonal imported foods and beverages available. For those preparing to entertain guests, the store offers unique home décor, tabletop ceramics and glassware, textiles, dining furniture and more, all at affordable prices.

To start the Farmington store‘s grand opening celebrations, ribbon cutting with city officials and members of the local chamber of commerce on Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 9:00 am officially marks the opening of the store. The first 100 shoppers through the door from Thursday, November 5 through Sunday, November 8, 2015, will receive a free reusable World Market tote bag and can enjoy live entertainment, food and beverage sampling and more throughout the weekend. In addition, the store will host a twice-daily raffle prize of a $250 World Market gift card throughout the grand opening weekend.

To stay up to date on all of Cost Plus World Market’s current promotions, collections and events, follow us on,, and

About Cost Plus World Market

Cost Plus World Market operates 276 stores in 35 states under the World Market® and Cost Plus World Market® trademarks. The stores feature an ever-changing selection of casual home décor and furnishings, housewares, gifts, jewelry, decorative accessories, over 500 international wines, gourmet foods and beverages offered at affordable prices and imported from more than 50 countries. Many items are unique and exclusive to World Market and are regularly supplied by an international network of individual and regional artisans developed over the Company’s more than 50 years in the import business.