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This article has been subject to paid editing. I have put a COI tag on it. The article needs to be reviewed for compliance with WP:NPOV and valid souring per the tag. Once the article is reviewed by independent editors, the tag can be removed - please make a note here if you remove the tag. Thanks. Jytdog (talk) 21:58, 11 July 2015 (UTC)
Westfield Content Change Request
Hello. My name is Erik Even, and I am a Web Producer for Westfield Corporation. We're concerned that many of the Wikipedia pages for Westfield centers have incorrect or outdated information, and even content that is not NPOV.
I have read the rules for Conflict of Interest, and I will not be attempting to make any page edits. I will simply be going into talk pages, and suggesting edits, which the community may then either act on or not. I genuinely appreciate any help you can give.
Our suggested text is below, which is meant to be the first paragraph.
Again, thank you for your help.
Westfield Oakridge, formerly known as Oakridge Mall, is a 1.4 million-square-foot single-level shopping mall in San Jose, California, 60 miles southeast of San Francisco. It is owned by Westfield Corporation. Its anchor stores include Sears, Nordstrom Rack, Macy’s, and Target.