Victory Park Loses Another Tenant: Quiksilver Has Just Finished Packing Up
The scene in Victory Plaza moments ago, where Quiksilver employees were nearly finished packing it in
We've been hearing the rumors for some time, well before Matt Pulle began writing his story about the struggling Victory Park: Quiksilver, among the first tenants in the Hillwood project, would be closing sooner than later, as word was the place would go days without posting a single sale. Well, that sooner is now -- actually, February 22, if only we'd seen this half-off, everything-must-go missive a few days earlier. But a Friend of Unfair Park down in Victory Park for tonight's Stars-Blues game sends this photo of the sun-skate-and-surf shop's workers cleaning out the now-barren storefront in the so-called East Plaza. The closing, of course, comes only weeks after N9NE Steakhouse shuttered just across the plaza.
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