Here Are The 20 Sony Stores That Will Be Closing

Sony, still trying to sort out its place in an electronics market in which it is no longer the biggest player, announced today that it will be closing 20 of its 31 retail stores in the U.S. Here’s the list of the locations that will be axed as part of the corporate “restructuring.”

According to Sony’s corporate office, the following locations are to be shuttered:

CALIFORNIA
Camarillo, CA (Camarillo Premium Outlets)

Gilroy, CA (Gilroy Premium Outlets)

Los Angeles, CA (Century City)

San Diego, CA (Las Americas Premium Outlets)

Santa Clara, CA (Valley Fair)

COLORADO
Cherry Creek, CO (Cherry Creek Shopping Center)

FLORIDA
Boca Raton, FL (Town Center at Boca Raton)

Miami, FL (Dolphin Mall)

ILLINOIS
Aurora, IL (Chicago Premium Outlets)

NEW JERSEY
Menlo Park, NJ (Menlo Park Mall)

MASSACHUSETTS
Wrentham, MA (Wrentham Village Premium Outlets)

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia, PA (The Market at Comcast Center)

NEW YORK
Central Valley, NY (Woodbury Common Outlets)

NEVADA
Las Vegas, NV (Forum Shops at Caesar’s)

TEXAS
Dallas, TX (Galleria Dallas)

San Marcos, TX (San Marcos Prime Outlets)

VIRGINIA
Arlington, VA (Fashion Centre at Pentagon City)

McClean, VA (Tysons Corner)

WASHINGTON
Seattle, WA (University Village)

WISCONSIN
Pleasant Prairie, WI (Pleasant Prairie Prime Outlets)

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  1. furiousd says:

    TIL: Sony had stores