B2 Outlets moves into former Reliable Sport at Cedar Village Mall

HOLLAND – Two factory outlets in Holland will consolidate into one location in the coming months, leaving their current homes in Holland Town Center and Washington Avenue.

B2 Outlet Stores will open two separate storefronts in the Cedar Village mall, filling suites left vacant when Reliable Sport unexpectedly closed in May 2019.

The “off-price” retailer sells brand new clothing and merchandise at discounted prices, while donating a portion of the proceeds to local and global causes. One storefront will remain as the B2 Outlet Store, while another will hold B2 Bargain Bins – a recent expansion from the company.

According to Erik Durham, Director of Creative and Brand Development, B2 Bargain Bins has lower prices every day, with merchandise returns, overstocked items and shelf runs starting at $7 on Tuesdays. before dropping to $5 on Wednesday, $3 on Thursday, $1 on Friday. and 25 cents on Saturday.

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“Our location in Holland will have around 100 bins to choose from,” Durham wrote in an email to The Sentinel.

The Holland Town Center and Washington Avenue storefronts are scheduled to close in late July or early August. The Bargain Bins storefront is scheduled to open in June, while the B2 Outlet Store will open later.

“The choice to combine our two Dutch locations into one really stems from what has been the next big step for our business,” Durham wrote. “Beginning with the move of our Hudsonville store last August, we have wisely chosen to move to larger footprints in order to provide our consumers with not only more inventory to shop with, but also better inventory. .”

B2 has 22 outlets in Michigan, but the Bargain Bin location in Holland will be the company’s third, following openings in Hudsonville and Grand Rapids.

“With the inflation crisis we have all experienced in one aspect or another, we highly recommend that you shop with us first rather than other retailers as you will save money with us,” Durham wrote. “And especially right now, every dollar counts.”

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Luz W. German