Dick’s Sporting Items opens in new location at Lycoming Crossing | Native Enterprise Information


Pennsdale, Pennsylvania – Dick’s Sporting Goods in Pennsdale will have a grand opening this weekend on Saturday October 2nd and Sunday October 3rd.

The store is moving from the Lycoming Mall to a new space in the nearby Lycoming Crossing in Muncy Township. Construction on the new location next to Five Below began in March and was completed earlier this month. The store opened in its new location at 380 S. Lycoming Mall Road on Wednesday, September 29th.

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The new location offers first-class in-store services and exclusive offers of clothing, shoes and equipment from its own vertical brands such as DSG, VRST, Tommy Armor, CALIA by Carrie Underwood, Quest and Fitness Gear, along with popular national suppliers such as Nike, adidas , YETI, The North Face, Callaway and TaylorMade, according to a media release.

The grand opening will also include a ribbon cutting event on Saturday at 8:45 a.m. Customers have the chance to win prizes, including a grand prize worth $ 1,000, the press release said.

According to Dick’s spokeswoman Katie Forbidussi, the business expects to hire approximately 20 part-time employees for this newly relocated location.

This is the third store this year to leave the mall for the Lycoming Crossing Strip Mall. Old Navy opened in the Strip Mall in late March, followed by the shoe department in August.

The Lycoming Mall quickly lost tenants last year when Dino’s Pizzateria closed its doors earlier this month. Kay Jewelers moved from the mall to E. Third Street near Loyal Plaza in Loyalsock Ward last spring.

Lycoming Mall does not currently have a large anchor shop, the last large anchor, Sears, will be leaving in January 2018. Only Books-A-Million and Burlington Coat Factory remain the mall’s junior anchor stores. A handful of smaller shops and restaurants remain in the mall.

For more information on the opening of Dick’s Sporting Goods, please visit their website.

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