Nike Permanently Closes Factory Store in Democrat-Run Portland Due to Ongoing Theft And Safety Issues
After closing its Portland, Oregon factory outlet store temporarily last fall, Nike has decided to close it permanently due to ongoing issues of theft and concerns for safety. Not a surprising move for a business to pull out of a Democrat-run, lawless trash pile like Portland.
“Nike had sold discounted and out-of-season items at the Northeast neighborhood factory store since 1984.” OPB reported.
Far-left Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said he was “very disappointed” Nike permanently shuttered its Portland store.
“I am very disappointed with the closure of the Nike Community Store on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard,” Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler said in a statement. “My team and City Staff have worked tirelessly and in good faith with Nike for almost a year to offer creative solutions to their safety challenges.”