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Relive the glory days of the real king of Akron Ohio...Rolling Acres Mall. Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.

Tags: abandoned, akron, pop-culture, dead-mall, defunct

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Get the advantage next time your shopping at Rolling Acres Mall.......Well its still a cool shirt. Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.

Tags: shopping, shop, store, nostalgic, retail

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Pay your respect to the pride of Akron with this dandy of a shirt. Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.

Tags: pop-culture, 2000s, 2000, shopping-mall, logo

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Throwing it way back with this Rolling Acres Mall 1970's logo. Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.

Tags: 80s, 1980s, abandoned, shopping, nostalgia

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Westland Mall opened in February 1969 and was one of four directionally-named shopping centers in Columbus. The original anchor stores were Lazarus, Sears, and JC Penney. Westland was considered a major landmark in the Columbus area, and a premier shopping destination for the city's far west side. Westland Mall faced many challenges towards the end of the 90's, in particular the opening of the nearby Mall at Tuttle Crossing. At that time JCPenney also left Westland for Tuttle, giving Tuttle four anchor stores and reducing Westland to two. Macy's closed in 2007, leaving Sears as the sole remaining anchor. By 2010, Westland contained fewer than 15 active businesses and one major anchor. In 2011 Sears closed it's entrance to the mall and by 2012 Westland Mall was reported as closed to all traffic. In 2017, Sears announced that it would close by early September, which will leave the former mall entirely empty of tenants.

Tags: defunct, 90s, 1990s, 80s, 1980s

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There may be an end of an era at Paramatown mall but you can keep that era alive with this tremendous shirt. Parmatown mall originally opened as a shopping plaza in 1956. It was enclosed by the mid-1960s. The original anchors were Higbee's and May Company. In 1967 General Cinema opened the Parmatown Theater with two screens, which was unheard of at the time. A third screen opened in the 1970s, along with two more in the 1980s. General Cinema closed the theater in 2001. Higbee's (which became Dillard's in 1992) closed in 2000. The mall was renovated in the early 2000s, which included the demolition of the old Higbee's structure which was then replaced with a Walmart in 2004. In 2012 Macy's (originally May Company) announced the store would close. A project announced in 2015 would see the entire mall converted to an open-air center with the malls interior being demolished for store fronts.

Tags: retail, retail-stores, stores, ohio, parma

Parmatown Mall Phone Case

by Turboglyde
$25
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There may be an end of an era at Paramatown mall but you can keep that era alive with this tremendous shirt. Parmatown mall originally opened as a shopping plaza in 1956. It was enclosed by the mid-1960s. The original anchors were Higbee's and May Company. In 1967 General Cinema opened the Parmatown Theater with two screens, which was unheard of at the time. A third screen opened in the 1970s, along with two more in the 1980s. General Cinema closed the theater in 2001. Higbee's (which became Dillard's in 1992) closed in 2000. The mall was renovated in the early 2000s, which included the demolition of the old Higbee's structure which was then replaced with a Walmart in 2004. In 2012 Macy's (originally May Company) announced the store would close. A project announced in 2015 would see the entire mall converted to an open-air center with the malls interior being demolished for store fronts.

Tags: forgotten, ohio, parma, logo, shopping

Tags: logo, akron, mall, ohio, 90s

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a design for girls based on the song " i like big butts"

Tags: design, pop-culture, sir-mix-alot, rap, 80-s

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THE MALL IN MALLRATS

Tags: i-love-the-smell-of-commerce, commerce, brody, chasing-amy, minnesota

THE MALL Phone Case

by YourLuckyTee
$25
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SHOPPING IN EXCESS

Tags: women, unique, fashion, travel, air-miles

SHOPPING Phone Case

by YourLuckyTee
$25
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a funny typography design

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a funny typography design

Tags: school, statement, text, meme, shopping-addict

P.h.D. in Shopping Phone Case

by BoggsNicolas
$25

Tags: bargains, deals, whats-in-junts-cart, junts-cart, red-cow-entertainment

What's in Junt's Cart? Logo Phone Case

by RedCowEntertainment
$25
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Mall grab your skateboard since 1978

Tags: mall-grab, skateboarding

Mall Grab Phone Case

by dougmukai
$25
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Celebrate the crazy consumer holiday Rebecca Black style! Buy it this Black Friday to wear on the next Black Friday or any other Friday! Lookin' forward to the weekend! When you buy this shirt, post a picture of you wearing it and tag us on Instagram @Forever90sShirts or Twitter @4Ever90sShirts and we'll repost it on our Instagram page AND retweet it!

Tags: humorous, humor, funny, thanksgiving, christmas

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Are you a crazy, extreme couponer? Show the world your love of coupons with this cute "I Coupon, Therefore I Am" shirt! This fun twist on 17th century French philosopher René Descartes' famous "explanation for it all: I think, therefore I am." quote lets people know that couponing is an essential part of who you are. This shirt says that you aren't embarrassed by your couponing skills but are instead proud of your bargain hunting abilities!

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This shopping bag character has super fast sneaker skates, plenty of cash and an eye for a deal. It can move with speed in full panic mode through high streets or online. But beware, if the Shopping Addict misses out on anything there will be tears.

Tags: wealthy, panic, spoiled, rich, money

Shopping Addict Phone Case

by propellerhead
$25
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Where good things happen.

Tags: kansas, shopping, 80s, 70s, 60s

White Lakes Mall Phone Case

by TopCityMotherland
$25
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Euclid Square Mall

Tags: pop-culture, retro, logo, retail, shopping

Euclid Square Mall Phone Case

by Turboglyde
$25
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Big changes are coming for Canton Centre....or are they? Starting in 1987, Mellett Mall in Canton, Ohio was given a multi-million dollar renovation and at the official rededication in March of 1988, the shopping complex was bestowed a new name, Canton Centre. By 2000, the mall had been struggling for quite a few years and in 2001 Canton Centre was auctioned off. It was sold again in 2004. Today, a great deal of the complex is not in use as it has been de-malling since 2007. The eventual fate of the vacant areas is uncertain. However one thing is for certain, the J.C. Penney structure will be left standing as they have made it clear they have no plans to vacate the store that they have operated since 1965.

Tags: dead-mall, retro, nostalgia, 80s, 1980s

Canton Center Mall Phone Case

by Turboglyde
$25
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Summit Park Mall Picnic Place

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Record Town Euclid Square Mall

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The version for dark colored shirts!

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Lone Pine Mall sign inspired by the movie Back to the Future.

Tags: california, lone-pine, lone-pine-mall, twin-pines, twin-pines-mall

Lone Pine Mall Phone Case

by bcrosby2011
$25
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No Rolling Acres........Thank You! Rolling Acres mall opened in Akron, Ohio with Sears and 21 stores on August 6, 1975. JCPenney opened a year later as a second anchor. A new wing was added in 1977, including a third anchor store, Montgomery Ward. Further expansion in 1978 added a new, two-story wing called the Promenade, which included a food court called “Prom-N-Eat” (later renamed “Picnic Place”) and local chain O’Neil’s as a fourth anchor. The mall was foreclosed in June 2016. As of October 2016, demolition of the mall had begun with full demolition on the property expected to be complete by October 2017.

Tags: abandoned, nostalgia, logo, retro, 80s

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'Robin Sparkles Mall Tour '93' desing inspired by the sitcom 'How I Met Yout Mother'. Must have memorabilia for all of the Canadian singer's fans.

Tags: himym, how-i-met-your-mother, mall-tour

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General Cinemas opened August 1976 shortly after Rolling Acres Mall’s opening. The cinema and mall garnered negative publicity in 1991, when a fight between two young men outside the theater incited a panic. During the scuffle, a metal sign was knocked over which was mistakenly interpreted as a gunshot. Although gangs and the movie “New Jack City” (which was letting out at the time) were initially rumored to have been the problem, in actuality the scuffle erupted over one man taking the other man’s jacket. In 1992, the cinemas switched to a second-run, $0.99-a-show format, much to the dismay of mall management and tenants. In 1993, citing several years of unprofitability, General Cinemas opted to close the theater with three years still remaining on the lease.

Tags: retro, defunct, movies, film, popcorn

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Hot Topic rejected my shirt design so I'm selling it here.

Tags: different, cartoons, cartoon, fox, dale-gribble

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I got my I.O.U. at Merry-Go-Round. Starting out as a single boutique selling only blue jeans in Atlanta in 1968, the trendy teen retailer Merry-Go-Round expanded quickly in the 1990s, to eventually 1,500 stores nationwide. By January of 1994, the company filed for bankruptcy and just months later, it closed all 1,500 locations, making it one of the largest retail bankruptcies in history.

Tags: dead-mall, store, clothing, z-cavaricci, skidz

Merry Go Round Phone Case

by Turboglyde
$25
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Be at the height of fashion with this retro 80s style Paul Harris Logo shirt. Paul Harris Stores, Inc. was incorporated on April 8, 1952. In 1954 the company's first store was established in a strip mall in Plainfield, Indiana. In the early 1960s, the company felt that the future of retailing would be in covered shopping centers (otherwise known as malls). The first Paul Harris Store located in a mall was in Akron, Ohio. Paul Harris Stores went bankrupt in 2000.

Tags: mom, shopping-mall, pop-culture, retro, 80s

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You've found it! The absolutely perfect design for the SHOPPING ADDICT. They'll love this gift. If shopping for yourself...wear with pride!

Tags: shopper-gift-idea, fashionista, mall-walker, mall-rat, personal-shopper

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I got my I.O.U. at Merry-Go-Round. Starting out as a single boutique selling only blue jeans in Atlanta in 1968, the trendy teen retailer Merry-Go-Round expanded quickly in the 1990s, to eventually 1,500 stores nationwide. By January of 1994, the company filed for bankruptcy and just months later, it closed all 1,500 locations, making it one of the largest retail bankruptcies in history.

Tags: retail-store, z-cavaricci, skidz, iou, logo

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The first Musicland store opened in 1955 in Minneapolis. The company expanded rapidly during the mall boom in the 1980s and continued to grow into the 90s, becoming the US's largest specialty retailer of entertainment products. In addition to Musicland the company also ran Sam Goody, Suncoast, OnCue, and the Media Play Superstore Chains. The Musicland Group was purchased by Best Buy in 2001 at the height of Musicland's success, and unfortunately led to its demise. By then, Musicland numbered over 1300 stores, but Best Buy failed to generate the results they were looking for, losing $85 million in 2002. They had failed at properly running The Musicland Group and as a result, they put the company up for sale. The Musicland Group filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2006.

Tags: mall, shopping, dead-store, pop-culture, defunct

Musicland Phone Case

by Turboglyde
$25
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