Sportsman's Warehouse Announces Three New Stores Scheduled To Open In 2017

MIDVALE, Utah, Nov. 17, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sportsman's Warehouse (Nasdaq:SPWH) is expanding its operations to include new retail locations in the following three locations:
  • Yuma, Arizona
  • Henderson, Nevada 
  • Eureka, California  

The Yuma location will be the eighth store in Arizona and will be located in the Las Palimillas Shopping Center.   The Henderson store will be the fourth in Nevada and will be located in the Sunmark Plaza.  The Eureka store will be the eighth store in California and will be located adjacent to the Bayshore Mall.    It is anticipated that these stores will open in the first half of 2017.  With these planned openings Sportsman's Warehouse will operate 82 stores in 22 states. 

These stores will feature an extensive selection of hunting, fishing and camping gear, as well as a wide range of apparel and footwear.  As with all Sportsman's Warehouse locations, the store will also feature instruction, seminars and special events related to outdoor activities.

"We are excited to expand in Arizona, Nevada and California which increases our presence throughout the western United States in markets we know very well," noted John Schaefer, Sportsman's Warehouse CEO. "The additions of these stores keep with our business plan, promoting stable growth that will benefit our company, our vendors, and most importantly, our loyal customers for many years to come.  To further expand in existing states signifies our continued strength in the west.    Each of these areas has a strong outdoor heritage, and we plan to become an active, contributing partner in each of these great communities."

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