The first Sierra Trading Post in the state of Ohio will fill the void left at Easton by the departure of outdoor retailer, Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Sierra Trading Post is owned by the same company that owns TJMaxx, Marshall’s and Homegoods. It operates in a similar manner, buying overstock and out-of-season lines from top, name brand designers and reselling items at a discounted price.
From gear that you need to live an outdoor lifestyle like tents, sleeping bags, backpacks, and hiking boots, to clothes that make you look great while doing it, Sierra Trading Post has it all. And it’s worth getting excited about.
The prices at STP are great deals. It offers an affordable alternative to places like Dick’s Sporting Goods, REI, and Field and Stream.
According to Columbus Business First, the former Dick’s location will house a Marshall’s and a Homegoods, in addition to Sierra Trading Post. The space is two stories and 80,000 square feet, so there should be plenty of room.
Currently, the closest Sierra Trading Post to Columbus is in Ann Arbor, MI, and we all know that no one from Columbus wants to go there.
Officially, there is no word on when the stores will open. Columbus Business First reports that DDR, the company that owns Marshall’s, TJMaxx, Homegoods, and Sierra Trading Post were similarly silent on details regarding the new Marshall’s at Lennox.
If you want to explore the inventory at Sierra Trading Post, you can access all of their deals online.
Hello $13 hoodies, $20 slacks, and $40 pullovers!
Featured image via Sierra Trading Post Facebook.
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