Apple job listings show Apple Store coming soon to Little Rock, Arkansas

“Apple Inc. is accepting job applications on its website for a retail store location in Little Rock,” Arkansas Business reports.

“Arkansas Business reported March 14 that an Apple Store was set to open at The Promenade at Chenal in west Little Rock before the end of the year,” Arkansas Business reports. “On Friday, the Arkansas Times reported that a reader found a job posting on Apple’s website for a ‘store leader’ position at a retail store in Little Rock, specifically in the 72211 zip code, which covers the part of west Little Rock that includes the upscale shopping center.”

Read more in the full article here.

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

24 Comments

    1. Yes! And thanks for remembering.
      I just bought an Apple TV 2, iPad 2, an iPad 1 (for a special grandchild), and an iPhone 4 (had to replace a broken 3GS).

      Will be getting a new iMac after the refresh, so I’ll be broke and Apple poor by the time it opens, but it’s still great news for repairs and classes.

      (and BTW, I go to Texas for BBQ….) 😉

      1. The BBQ is better in Memphis. Live in suburban Memphis and used to live in Texas. Try Neely Brothers or Interstate (same family owns both). Corky’s & Rendezvous are for tourists.

        1. My brother used to live in Germantown. I agree with your assessment of Corky’s and Rendezvous. I’m partial to some of the BBQ found on Beale Street. It’s been some years, and I can’t recall the name of the restaurant, but it’s the one with hundreds of autographed guitars hanging from the ceiling and walls. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.

      2. You should try Whole Hog BBQ. Best pig meat in Arkansas, and I doubt that Texas can beat it. (FWIW: I was born in Texas, so I am impartial in these matters.)

        1. I’ve done the Whole Hog AND McLard’s. Not even close to what I’m used to.

          BTW, any of y’all had that Carolina mustard based BBQ?
          It’s different, that’s for sure.

  1. Actually Memphis does not have an Apple Store-Germantown, TN just east of Memphis has one of the oldest Apple Stores. They got it because at that time the only authorized Apple retailer was a joke.
    The Little Rock store was supposed to open, but got sidetracked and delayed by the Great Bush Recession/Depression of 2008. I was wondering when Apple was going to do this. New Orleans needs an Apple Store as well.

    1. Right, Germantown is a suburb of Memphis. Therefore, Memphis. If that’s the case, then Cincinnati (from which I hail) doesn’t have one, Kenwood does.

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