Retail store trio kicks off in Destin Commons

Mojo Sportswear, All Dressed-Up Boutique & Gifts, and Shark Shop will join the lineup at Destin Commons’ shopping, dining and entertainment complex.


Mojo Sportswear, All Dressed-Up Boutique & Gifts, and Shark Shop — all locally owned retail stores — will join the lineup at Destin Commons’ shopping, dining and entertainment complex on Legendary Drive in Destin, Florida this holiday season.

Marine enthusiasts will flock to Mojo Sportswear, founded in 2012 by Tim Mossberg and Rodger Bagwell to lure fishing aficionados with a variety of both functional and stylish water sports apparel.

Customers can personalize their possessions and shop for that special outfit at All Dressed-Up Boutique & Gifts. Established by Sonya Tindle, All Dressed-Up features women’s, girl’s, and children’s apparel, shoes and accessories; game day attire, custom phone cases and flip flops, and monogramming services. Tindle’s store is located next to Bass Pro Shops and is open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

Shark Shop, owned by Robert Hernandez, specializes in "Shark Tank" brand items known for their visibility on television, other “As Seen On TV” products, and NCAA team memorabilia for basketball fans. Freakers, Southern Culture artisan food products, Grease Monkey, Air Cork wine preservers, and other innovative gift lines round out the array of merchandise in this specialty store.

For a three-in-one score, shoppers can stop by Destin Commons to catch the latest in sports, everyday and surf-oriented merchandise. Voted “Best Place to Shop” by Emerald Coast Magazine readers, the award-winning complex is Northwest Florida’s premier open-air lifestyle center, featuring over 90 stores and restaurants.

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