Outlet stores

Here is where they are


Among store closures during the coronavirus pandemic, Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS) opens a series of new concept stores with the aim of expanding its commercial footprint in the United States

The stores, Overtime by Dick’s Sporting Goods and Dick’s Sporting Good Warehouse, will bring the company’s bricks and mortar portfolio to 11 outlets and liquidation centers located in nine states.

The Overtime by Dick’s Sporting Goods store will carry clothing, footwear and sports equipment up to 75% off, including Nike, Under Armor and other brands. The retailer said new markdowns will be added throughout the year to keep inventory in stores fresh.

The overtime shops will be open Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The three Overtime stores that open Wednesday include:

Connecticut

  • Connecticut Commons – 280 New Britain Avenue in Plainville

Maryland

  • The center in Hagerstown – 17780 Garland Groh Blvd. in Hagerstown

Pennsylvania

  • Place de la Liberté – 20, boulevard Franklin Mills.

Dick’s Sporting Goods Warehouse stores will offer discounts on shoes and clothing of up to 90%. They will be structured as pop-up style pop-up shops that will be open for the next six months. The stores are open on Monday and will operate from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday to Sunday.

The five Warehouse stores already open include:

Indiana

  • Gabel Crossing – 214 Gable Crossing Drive in Avon

Missouri

  • The Crossing at Mid Rivers – 321 Costco Way to St. Peters

Ohio

  • Place d’Olmstead – 4706 Great Northern Blvd. in North Olmstead

Pennsylvania

Wisconsin

  • 18550 W. Bluemound Road. at Brookfield

Dick’s share was trading at $ 41.46 per share at 11:08 a.m. EDT, up $ 0.85 from 2.10%.

A sign with the company logo hangs above the entrance to a Dick’s Sporting Goods store on May 20, 2014 in Niles, Illinois. Dicks Sporting Good, the largest sporting goods outlet in the United States, could see a smaller playing field after rival Sports Authority headed for bankruptcy court. Photo: Scott Olson / Getty Images


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