The new Poor Boy’s Sports is 5000 square feet of B’More fan heaven

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Droves of Purple and Black faithful joined Terrell Suggs on
July 21 for the Grand Opening of the newest Poor Boy’s location in Abingdon.

In case you missed, our own Mandy Knight captured all the
sights and sounds – check out the video here.

But even if you weren’t there for the Grand Opening, that’s
no reason to not get off your butt and get out to Abingdon to check out the new
Poor Boy’s. You may think you know what Poor Boy’s is all about, from having
visited their great Dundalk or Parkville locations, but while those stores are
awesome in their own rights, the new location in Abingdon is, well…let’s say it’s
the Ray Lewis of Poor Boy’s stores.

Located at 2913 Emmorton Road (exit 77B off I95, right next to the famous Box
Hill Pizzeria), Poor Boys Sports is 5000 square feet of heaven for the
Baltimore sports fan.

At that size, maybe we should call it the Jonathan Ogden of
Poor Boy’s!

Here’s a map, for those of you who are more visually
inclined:

They say a picture is worth 1000 words. With that in mind, I’ll
shut my yapper and share some photos of the new place. I have a feeling that by
the time you see what Poor Boy’s Sports has to offer, I won’t need to waste any
more e-ink convincing you to get out there. 

The welcoming committee:

 
Store front:

 
 
Women’s section:
 
 
Home decor section:
 
 
Lids:
 
 
Man cave section:
 
 
More man cave:
 
 
Ball So Hard gear and memorabilia: 
 
 
Natty Boh and ladies gear:
 
 

Pretty awesome, right? Honestly, the photos don’t even really do it justice – the place is HUGE!

So what are you waiting for? Another crazy thunderstorm to
knock out your power so you have nothing better to do than go to Poor Boy’s
Sports to use their air conditioning? While if you are stuck without power,
there are probably a lot worse places to be than Poor Boy’s, I’d recommend not
hanging around for the next derecho to hit before making your way up to
Abingdon.

And, as if Poor Boy’s couldn’t get any better, coming in
September their new online store will be up and running, so you’ll be able to
shop right from the comfort of your man cave! Watch the Ravens stomp another
hapless opponent then go online to Poor Boy’s and stock up on your purple and
black gear.

What could be better?

Online store or not though, get out and see Poor Boy’s
Sports. You’ll be glad you did. 

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Derek Arnold
RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek’s work has...more

One Rave about “The new Poor Boy’s Sports is 5000 square feet of B’More fan heaven

  1. edward Rachinskas on said:

    So checking out your site, IT SUCKS. I want info on times you are open and nothing. I know what you sell and i want to come down to the store and make a purchase, BUT Not an easy site for INFORMATION.

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