City Sports Relocates HQ to Boston

December 2008
SGB;Dec2008, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that City Sports has moved its corporate headquarters to Boston, Massachusetts. It states that the company's transfer aims to reenergized its commitment to deliver best services to the city athletes. It mentions that part of the move is the opening of its 15th retail store in Bethesda, Maryland and the plan of opening another store in New York City. It adds that despite the transfer, the company's distribution center will remain in its old office in Wilmington, Massachusetts.


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