Efinger Sporting Goods, after more than 125 years in business in Bound Brook, NJ, is closing its doors.
The retailer has retained Chicago-based liquidation firm Yellen Partners to assist with the store closing sale. According to statement from Yellen Partners, the liquidation sale starts September 30 and will continue until the store is empty.
“Because these items and brands aren’t normally discounted, we expect that the inventory will be sold out quickly,” said Brian Yellen, president of Yellen Partner. “We will be selling at aggressive discounts right from the start of the sale. With a store closing situation like this one, this may be the last opportunity to buy sporting goods at liquidation prices.”
Founded in 1909, Efinger Sporting Goods is one of the oldest and largest Sporting Goods team and sports distribution centers in the U.S. Its store measures 50,000 square feet and its mix includes athletics, camping, hunting, fishing, outdoor lifestyles, biking and kayaking.