Cloud Nine Pajamas opens first Calgary-area store

First four stores are in Edmonton. Company plans five more in coming years

From left to right: Kate, Robyn Noel and Miranda Zechel.

Mario ToneguzziEdmonton-based retailer Cloud Nine Pajamas has opened its fifth store and first in the Calgary area.

The store is in the CrossIron Mills shopping centre in Rocky View County.

The concept, which specializes in sleepwear and loungewear, is the brainchild of sisters Kate, Robyn Noel and Miranda Zechel.

“CrossIron is our first location outside of the Edmonton area, which is a huge and exciting step for our family,” said Miranda.

“Our first store was a tiny 600-square-foot store on Stony Plain Road in Edmonton in 2005. Our first big step as a company was deciding to move our tiny little store to a bigger location (High Street) and have since expanded to more locations.

“We plan to have five more locations in the next seven years. We are hoping for a few more of those to be in the Calgary area.”

She said the retailer specializes in comfort, carrying the widest selection of brands and styles, including Moisture Wicking Sleepwear sourced from all over the world.

“Ever since our first store in 2005 we have dreamed of having a store in the Calgary area as we love visiting and spending time. When CrossIron Mills approached us, it seemed like a great choice because it is an established mall with great foot traffic and a great mix of stores,” said Miranda.

The company’s website says, “At Cloud Nine Pajamas, we believe comfort is a way of life. We strive to create a great quality of life by enhancing comfort and relaxation in the lives of our customers. We are committed to providing outstanding customer service in determining our customers’ needs in order to offer them quality sleepwear and loungewear. Our friendly and knowledgeable team will educate and provide solutions so that our customers can make the perfect choice. Comfort is a way of life.”

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