ESTERO, FL– Miromar Outlets in Estero is your back-to-school shopping destination. Enjoy stylish and affordable school styles; plus additional giveaways and events throughout the month of August! Receive additional savings on back-to-school shopping during the Tax Free Holiday from Friday, August 5 through Sunday, August 7.

“Miromar Outlets has something for everyone heading back to school with designer brand names at low outlet prices for both students and teachers alike,” said Jeff Staner, Vice President of Miromar Outlets.  “Also, parents can purchase their student a Miromar Outlets gift card that is good at over 140 Outlet stores which gives them the freedom to go shopping for themselves.”

The Miromar Outlets annual Back-to-School Fashion Show will be on Saturday, August 6 at 11 a.m. in Suite 65 between Neiman Marcus Last Call and Bloomingdale’s The Outlet Store. Envy Models will showcase the latest styles for children, teens, college students and teachers. The event is free to attend and open to the public with raffle drawings continuously held throughout the event.

Show us your Miromar Outlets back-to-school style on Instagram! Enter our “Back-to-School Shopping Spree” contest by simply following, liking, and sharing our back-to-school picture on Instagram. Participants will automatically be entered to win a $100 Miromar Outlets gift card. Follow @miromaroutlets for more information, and for a complete list of back-to-school events and offers go online to

Miromar Outlets features more than 140 top designer and brand name outlets with savings of up to 70% off retail prices.  Give your kids a Miromar Outlets Gift Card to do their own back-to-school shopping! Gift cards are good at all 140 stores and restaurants.

Miromar Outlets is located at exit 123 off I-75, on Miromar Outlets Boulevard in Estero, between Naples and Fort Myers, across from Miromar Design Center.  Store hours are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Visit  for a calendar of extended Holiday Shopping Hours.


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