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Sports Authority to Shut Cerritos Store

Sports authority will shut 19 stores in California, including its Cerritos store, beginning Friday as part of its bankruptcy proceedings.

The store closing sales are expected to last weeks said sports authority spokesman Steven Goldberg. In an emailed statement he said, “it’s fair to say there are expected to be significant markdowns.”

Three stores are closing in Los Angeles, one in Canoga Park, and the store in Cerritos.

Outside of the county stores will close in Bakersfield, Camarillo, El Cajon Escondido, La Mesa, Reading, Riverside, San Luis Obispo, Santa Ana, Stockton, Thousand Oaks, Ventura and Walnut Creek.

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LINCOLN CENTER: Some of Cerritos and the anchor tenants, have not been long term tenants in the city. Sportsmart with one of the earlier tenants in Lincoln Center. Lincoln Center was built after the relocations of S & J Chevrolet, and death Artesia Grain/Feed stores. Both of these tenants owned this property for many decades, possibly from late 1800’s to 1980’s ( ?). City also lost Lock and Key stores from Lincoln Station poor management. Please, no more Chase Banks in the city, we have enough. Lincoln Center was in bankruptcy, and was purchased by Cerritos Redevelopment Agency, the land… Read more »

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Sports Authority was created by merges with Sport Mart, Oshmans, and Sports Mart/ Gart Sports. Gart Sports-began in 1928, when Denver Post newspaper carrier Nathan Gart started the company with $50 in fishing rod samples. In 1971, Gart Sports Company opened the “Sportscastle” superstore in Denver, Colorado at the corner of 10th Avenue and Broadway. The 1980s marked a period of substantial growth for the company through a series of acquisitions. These mergers included Hagan’s Sports Ltd. (1987) and Stevens Brown of Salt Lake City (1987). In the fall of 1992, Leonard Green & Partners acquired Thrifty and became the… Read more »