As early morning mall walkers roamed and before retail stores opened, Tacoma Mall’s Brian Garcia and Tom Walchli were hanging a banner announcing a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Tacoma Mall in 2015. On Friday, the mall announced that Dick’s Sporting Goods will open a store in the space now occupied by Forever 21, and Forever 21 will likely move to a new and smaller location elsewhere at the facility.
As early morning mall walkers roamed and before retail stores opened, Tacoma Mall’s Brian Garcia and Tom Walchli were hanging a banner announcing a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Tacoma Mall in 2015. On Friday, the mall announced that Dick’s Sporting Goods will open a store in the space now occupied by Forever 21, and Forever 21 will likely move to a new and smaller location elsewhere at the facility. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune
As early morning mall walkers roamed and before retail stores opened, Tacoma Mall’s Brian Garcia and Tom Walchli were hanging a banner announcing a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Tacoma Mall in 2015. On Friday, the mall announced that Dick’s Sporting Goods will open a store in the space now occupied by Forever 21, and Forever 21 will likely move to a new and smaller location elsewhere at the facility. Dean J. Koepfler The News Tribune

Dick’s Sporting Goods coming to Forever 21’s spot in Tacoma Mall

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