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Need a Little Retail Therapy?

Need a Little Retail Therapy?

Since opening in May 2008, Buckle in Coeur d’Alene has been helping their customers find the perfect piece of clothing. With something for everyone, the clothing store prides itself on carrying every style and fit of denim that one can only dream of. That, together with the friendly staff who is eager to help you find the perfect look, you will leave the store looking and feeling great.

Unique and different from other retail stores, manager Taylor Sundquist said he feels more like a personal designer than one who simply works in retail. “We have a mission statement at Buckle,” said Sundquist. “It’s to create the most enjoyable shopping experience possible for our guests. That has been our mission statement from day one.”

Going beyond expectations, the staff at Buckle can help find the correct size—even for those who struggle to find the right fit— and will outfit its customers from head to toe for any special occasion. They offer a layaway program, and with a Buckle credit card and guest loyalty program, customers continue to return again and again.

“Buckle takes the best clothes, the newest styles and the most genuine sales team you’ve ever had and rolls that into an unforgettable experience,” said Sundquist. “There isn’t a better feeling out there than feeling confident in yourself from the clothes that you have on. Buckle offers that feeling seven days a week.”

Sundquist moved to Coeur d’Alene only four months ago but said it instantly felt like home.

“I consider myself very lucky to be where I am for my career. Coeur d’Alene was my dream store; I knew if I could end up here, I could do great things.,” he said. “Being the manager of a store in a community like this one is such a blessing.”

Sundquist said Buckle in Coeur d’Alene would not have seen the success it has without the support of the community.

“I will tell anyone that I live in the best town with the best people. It’s the people who live in this community who have helped my store become successful,” said Sunquist. “Thank you Coeur d’Alene for all that you do for myself and my teammates. None of this would be possible without all of you.”

His plans for the store are to build on the success it has already seen, and if Sundquist’s enthusiasm and passion for his job are any indication, he will be a huge success.

“I have big dreams for this store. I know that we can take care of every guest who comes through those doors. I promise you that we will go above and beyond to take care of your every need,” he said. “My goal is to have everyone in Coeur d’Alene know that if you need any clothes at all, that all you have to do is come see Taylor Sundquist at the Buckle in Coeur d’Alene, and you’ll be taken care of like you’re family. I love my job. I love everything about my job. I’m such a lucky man to get to do what I love to do every single day.”


The Village at Riverstone

2009 N. Main St.

Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814


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