BOSTON (CBS) – Olympia Sports is closing 76 stores, 22 of them in Massachusetts.

Olympia, which is based in Maine, was recently bought by sports retailer JackRabbit. That company decided to keep only 75 stores open, so “store closing” sales will start Friday at the other 76 locations.

Here’s the list of the stores shutting down in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island:


Auburn Mall
Prudential Center Boston
Westgate Mall Brockton
Burlington Mall
Eastgate Plaza Chelmsford
Berdon Plaza Fairhaven
Franklin Village Shopping Center
Timpany Plaza Gardner
Gloucester Crossing
Harwich Commons Shop. Plaza
The Mall At Whitney Field Leominster
Sunrise Plaza Lowell
Solomon Pond Mall Marlborough
Market Basket Plaza Newburyport
North Andover Mall
Emerald Square Mall North Attleboro
Skaket Corner Shopping Center Orleans
North River Plaza Pembroke
Rowley Marketplace
Eastfield Mall Springfield
Silver City Galleria Taunton
Gibbs Crossing Ware

New Hampshire

Epping Crossing
Stop ‘n Shop Plaza Exeter
Wal-mart Plaza Gilford
Meredith Shopping Center
Fox Run Mall Newington
Plaistow Shopping Center
Cheshire Marketplace Rindge

Rhode Island

Westerly Crossings
Walnut Hill Plaza Woonsocket

Comments (4)
  1. Raymond Younghans says:

    Last week I purchased sneakers at the Olympia Sports outlet at Whitney Field Center in Leominster, MA, When I purchased the sneakers there was no sign at the counter that there was no refunds. The sneakers did not fit well and I tried to return them yesterday (12/18/2019}. They refused to refund my money or make a substitution – pointing to a sign on saying no refunds or substitutions that wasn’t there when I made my original purchase. I’m 73 years old and money is hard to find at my age, $55 is the difference in what medications I buy next time I go to the pharmacy for a refill.

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