Apple to celebrate grand opening of Apple Store Chestnut Street, San Francisco on Black Friday

Apple will be celebrating the Grand Opening of their latest retail store, and third San Franciso store, Apple Store Chestnut Street on “Black Friday,” November 23, 2007.

To celebrate the Grand Opening, Apple is featuring a week of exciting events. In the store, Apple will have a variety of unique and educational presentations, demonstrations and workshops — all free of charge. The first 1,000 people to visit the Apple Store receive a free Apple Store Chestnut Street t-shirt.

Apple Store Chestnut Street
2125 Chestnut St.
San Francisco, CA 94123

The Apple Retail Store is the best place to learn about all the latest products from Apple including the all-new iPod nano with video playback and the widescreen iPod touch, as well as the critically-acclaimed iMac line featuring the latest Intel Core 2 Duo processors and 20- and 24-inch widescreen displays. The hands-on Apple Retail Store experience gives customers a chance to test-drive Apple’s entire product line including the iPhone which combines three devices into one: a mobile phone, a widescreen iPod, and a mobile Internet device based on Apple’s revolutionary multi-touch interface and innovative software that allows users to control iPhone with just a tap, flick or pinch of their fingers.

Every Apple Retail Store offers personal training through Apple’s new One to One program with in-depth sessions on a wide range of topics, from getting started with a Mac or iPod to advancing your moviemaking or digital photography skills. Visitors to the Apple Retail Store can also take advantage of free services, including face-to-face support and creative help at the Genius Bar, plus workshops and special programs for kids.

Additional info, directions, and more about Apple Store Chestnut Street here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “ken1w” for the heads up.]


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