FootZone closes local store, but hints at possible relocation

June 5, 2012

By Staff

FootZone, a destination for runners and walkers, closed June 1 after 13 years in Issaquah.

The store operated in the Issaquah Commons shopping center near Safeway and REI.

In a post on the store’s website, the staff announced plans to eventually relocate to another space in Issaquah, once the right location becomes available. In the meantime, former shoppers at the Issaquah store can head to FootZone locations in Bellevue and Redmond.

The other stores plan to honor family plans and frequent buyer cards from the Issaquah location.

“After over 13 years, it is with a heavy heart that we have closed the Issaquah FootZone,” the staff wrote in the website post. “We want to thank all of you for supporting us over the years. It has been an honor to build relationships and get to know all of you over the years.”

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One Response to “FootZone closes local store, but hints at possible relocation”

  1. fredd on June 7th, 2012 11:34 am

    I am really bummed about this. I really liked this store and their staff. It’s obvious the landlord has raised rents there. Three businesses all right next to one another have disappeared in the last year. Teriyaki Bowl, the Wine store and now Foot Zone. I could not have laughed harder when Sees candy replaced the teriyaki restaurant. Like we NEED a chain store for chocolate in Issaquah when we have Boehms? Total fail

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