LEGO®: Bricks & Minifigs® store opens in south Everett Oct 28 with invasions and giveaways

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Bricks and Minifigs®, the South Everett one-stop shop to buy, sell, and trade all things LEGO®, will officially open October 28, 2017 in the 607 Marketplace.

Bricks and Minifigs® (BAM) is the largest franchised toy store of its kind specializing in the buying, selling and trading of new and used LEGO® sets, bulk bricks, and minifigures (“minifigs”). The store will be located at 607 SE Everett Mall Way, Suite 6C and is the first store opened by franchisee Brad Bergman, a resident of the Bothell area.

In addition, BAM will provide an event space for birthday parties or special LEGO® themed events like after-school robotics clubs, “Make-and-Take” events, Brick Derby races, and more. The space will also be available for corporate workshops, mini-retreats, and team-building off-site meetings.

BAM has built their brand based on three principles:

  • REBUILD: with tens-of-thousands of pieces to choose from, customers will have what they need to rebuild their favorite sets or create their own original projects.
  • REUSE: BAM buys, sells, and trades everything LEGO®. And we mean everything!
  • REIMAGINE: staff members are trained to assist customers of all ages to create unique and imaginative masterpieces.

“I’m very excited to bring the Bricks and Minifigs experience to the South Everett neighborhood,” Bergman said. “LEGO® is an ageless toy that appeals not only to children, but also to parents, grandparents, and anyone who enjoys creative expression through those little plastic bricks.”

Happy Birthday!

The first 100 customers through the door for the Grand Opening celebration on October 28, 2017 will receive a free customized “Bricks and Minifigs South Everett” minifig. There will be surprises and giveaways throughout the day. Parties and events booked during the Grand Opening weekend will receive a 25% discount off standard booking rates.

The 501st Legion’s Garrison Titan, Alpha Base, Jet City Saber Guild, and Gurreck Clan (Star Wars costuming groups) have been invited to invade the store and will be available for photo opportunities with attendees. A donation on behalf of the 501st is being made to Homeward Pet, a Woodinville-based non-profit, no-kill animal shelter.

The LEGO® pop culture experience not only includes the quintessential building bricks, but various movies and television programs as well, such as “The LEGO® Movie” (2014), the “LEGO® Batman Movie” (2017), and “The LEGO® Ninjago Movie” that is now playing.

Bricks and Minifigs® was founded in Portland, Oregon in 2006 and now operates 29 franchised stores in North America and Canada with 12 stores slated to open later this year and early 2018. In 2016 BAM was named one of Entrepreneur Magazine’s 500 Best Franchises.


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