Category: Shoe Store

Nike wants to resell your (lightly) worn shoes in some stores

Nike on Monday announced an initiative where it accepts returned shoes that are gently worn or have a manufacturing flaw and cleans and sanitizes them. The refurbished shoes are then resold in select stores at a reduced price.
The company said it’s currently selling the returned shoes in eight Nike (NKE) stores in the United States, with plans to expand to 15 locations by the end of April and several more by the end of the year.
Sustainability is a growing focus in the world of sportswear and the broader fashion industry, which is one of the biggest
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Man Accused Of Robbery, Assault At Downtown Concord Shoe Store

CONCORD, NH — A homeless man was arrested after a month-long investigation into a robbery in Downtown Concord where a store clerk was assaulted, according to police.



a man looking at the camera: Chad Matthew Dow was arrested on Feb. 15.


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Chad Matthew Dow was arrested on Feb. 15.

Around 1:30 p.m. on Sept. 10, 2020, police were sent to Joe King’s Shoe Shop on North Main Street for a report of an attempted robbery. Dispatch told officers en route that a man punched a clerk in the face and fled the store with a pair of Adidas tennis shoes valued at around $60.

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Spartanburg shoe store owner survives COVID with online sales

COVID-19 hit many retailers hard last year, but shoe store owner Duffy Baehr survived her worst year in sales to become an inspiration for others in Spartanburg.

“Duffy embodies what Spartanburg’s success is all about,” said David Britt, co-chair of OneSpartanburg’s Bringing Back the Burg Task Force. “Particularly through this pandemic, we are all in this together and together we will come through this stronger than we ever imagined.”

Baehr of Baehr Feet Shoe Boutique at 401 E. Kennedy St. said her store was ordered closed last March as part of a statewide COVID-19 shutdown of non-essential businesses.

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Sear’s Shoe Store in Fort Oglethorpe closing after 55 years of operation

Apr. 7—The Chattanooga area’s oldest operating shoe store is preparing to close by this summer.

Jerry Sear, who has worked most of his 79 years at his Sear’s Shoe Store in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, is lacing up his inventory of thousands of shoes this spring and calling it quits, ending 81 years of retailing in the area by Sear and his father.

Sear shut down his Lafayette Road store in Fort Oglethorpe for three days this week to begin preparing a final liquidation sale that begins on Thursday as he readies to finally retire and head south.

Sear, who turns

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Sear’s Shoe Store in Fort Oglethorpe closing after 54 years of operation

The Chattanooga area’s oldest operating shoe store is preparing to close by this summer.

Jerry Sear, who has worked most of his 79 years at his Sear’s Shoe Store in Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, is lacing up his inventory of thousands of shoes this spring and calling it quits, ending 81 years of retailing in the area by Sear and his father.

Sear shut down his Lafayette Road store in Fort Oglethorpe for three days this week to begin preparing a final liquidation sale that begins on Thursday as he readies to finally retire and head south.

Sear, who turns 80

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