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Versona to open in Neshaminy Mall June 5

The women’s fashion boutique offers apparel, jewelry and accessories

Versona will open its newest store in Bensalem on Friday, June 5. The store is located in the Neshaminy Mall.

Versona is a women’s fashion boutique offering apparel, jewelry and accessories at low prices. Committed to high quality fashions, the store will carry everything needed to complete an individualized outfit, including jewelry, handbags, shoes and all the fashion trend items of the season. Customers will enjoy an upscale shopping environment in an easy-to-shop format.

“Versona promises to be a fun shopping experience where women can find unique, on-trend styles at a great value. We are excited about our newest Versona store opening in Neshaminy Mall,” said John Cato, chairman, president and chief executive officer, The Cato Corporation.

Versona stores employ approximately 25 store associates. The store manager will be Chris Augstine. The store hours are noon to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. There are two stores in Pennsylvania.

Visit shopversona.com for more information.

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