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First stores open at Liberty Center

A long line forms outside Dillard's in anticipation of a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown) A long line forms outside Dillard's in anticipation of a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday morning. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown)
Dillard's at Liberty Center donates $30,000 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation at a ribbon-cutting to the store Thursday. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown) Dillard's at Liberty Center donates $30,000 to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation at a ribbon-cutting to the store Thursday. (FOX19 NOW/Jessica Brown)
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

The first stores at Liberty Center are opening Thursday.

Dillard’s threw open its doors after holding a 9:30 a.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony. There will be plenty of giveaways.

The first 200 customers will get a gift card of up to $30.

Dillard’s teamed up with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for their shop for a cause campaign. 

That means 10 percent of all regular priced items sold Thursday will benefit the foundation.

Dillard's also donated $30,000 to the foundation.

Another major anchor at Liberty Center, Dick's Sporting Goods, is opening Thursday, too - the first of its kind in the city.

The big grand opening for Liberty Center, located on the northwest corner of Interstate 75 and Liberty Way, is October 22. 

The date was pushed back due to all the rain over the summer.

About 60 tenants are on this 64-acre site including a movie theater, apartments and a hotel.

To see a full list of tenants, visit: http://www.liberty-center.com/

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