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Good Vibrations, the Bay Area, sex-enhancing retail brand, is transforming the look of its retail stores from college cute to bombshell sexy, starting with a new outpost in Union Square. "It's our new imprint and branding to roll out to all of our locations as we morph from a university bookstore feel to a more boutique feel with more warmth and brand elements to please all the senses," Jackie Strano, the brand's executive VP, tells SF Business Times. The eighth outpost for the sex-lifestyle brand boasts 2,700 square feet of retail space and skirts the border between Union Square and FiDi. The grand opening was this past Friday, and the store is open from 11am-7pm (closes at 6pm on Sundays) for all your upcoming V-day needs.
· Good Vibrations opens 'boudoir boutique' near Union Square [The San Francisco Business Times]
· Good Vibrations [Official Site]