Shoe Sensation in Fort Scott to Relocate

The Shoe Sensation, 2420 S. Main, Fort Scott will be open until Oct. 27.

Shoe Sensation will relocate to Pittsburg this November

Shoe Sensation administration, headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, has decided to relocate the Fort Scott store location, 2420 S. Main,  to Pittsburg.

“We have notified our landlord of our intent to leave our current location,” according to a press release from Taylor McAdams, public relations coordinator with Shoe Sensation. “This is part of our continued growth and expansion strategy.”

“We believe we can better serve a greater area of our target customer and existing customer base by moving our location to Pittsburg where we will continue to offer a wide variety of name brand shoes for the entire family,” says CEO, Dave Schoengart.

“We will be serving our customers in Fort Scott until our last day of business on October 27, 2018.”

Current employees were given the opportunity to commute to Pittsburg.

Shoe Sensation in Pittsburg will have its Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting with the Chamber on November 16, 2018.

The ribbon-cutting will take place at the new Shoe Sensation store in Northgate Plaza at 2808 N. Broadway Pittsburg, which is located behind Appleby’s Restaurant.

The new Shoe Sensation, 2808 N. Broadway, Pittsburg.

Information provided with the press release:

Shoe Sensation is a regional chain of family shoe stores selling quality name-brand shoes. Our stores carry a large selection of men’s, women’s, children’s, and athletic footwear in a better-branded merchandise mix. Shoe Sensation was developed to meet the footwear needs of the entire family; our clientele range from toddlers to senior citizens.

2 thoughts on “Shoe Sensation in Fort Scott to Relocate”

  1. Another example of Fort Scott’s inevitable decline.

    Fort Scottians – fight for your town. Create the town that you want to live in. Fort Scott is hemorrhaging jobs because nothing changes in Fort Scott. ‘Business as usual’ isn’t working.

    FS is my hometown and I wish I could do more to help it thrive.

  2. Why??? Why does everything move out of Fort Scott. This is the only place I have bought any shoe’s since they came to Fort Scott. Makes me sad.

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