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Men's Back At Gap

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Gap at Rimrock Mall has menswear again.

To celebrate, the store had a discount on clothing and people could enter for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Gap. The store didn't have men's clothing for the past two years. After many customers asked for it, the company decided to bring it back.

"We've had lots of people going oh my gosh men's is back," said Hailey Mestdagh, assistant manager of customers. "Or they'll walk in and be looking for women's and be like oh my gosh, you guys have got your men's product back. And we're like yep. And we're so, so excited. Everybody's been responding really well to it."

Store employees say it's just in time for the spring.

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