Eastern Mountain Sports Store in Hyannis to Re-Open

Grand opening is October 20th
Eastern Mountain Sports store on Route 132 in Hyannis (Google Street photo)

The press and public are invited to the Grand Re-Opening of the Eastern Mountain Sports Store in Hyannis, MA on October 20th starting at 9:00am. The store is located at 1513 Iyannough Road, Hyannis, MA 02601.

The New Eastern Mountain Sports store in Hyannis is the most-trusted source for outdoor apparel, gear & guidance for the outdoor adventurers.  We carry a large selection of hiking boots, boats, paddle equipment, outerwear, rentals and camping gear for the family.

Grand Re-opening Gift Card Giveaway: the first 100 customers will receive a gift card valued between $5-$500. Customers will also receive 50% off all EMS products and 70% off Karrimor apparel and gear.

Event Schedule

9:00am                        Gift card give away to the first 100 customers

10:00-11:00am            How to choose the right Kayak w/ EMS Paddle Schools

11:00-12:00pm            Osprey Pack Fittings and Raffle

12:00-2:00pm              Free Kayak Rentals

1:00-2:00pm                EMS Climbing Schools and Raffle

3:00-4:00pm                Leki Trekking Clinic and Raffle

3:00-5:00pm                Free Kayak Rentals

4:00-5:00pm                EMS Footwear Guru Fittings and Raffle- featuring Superfeet

The Eastern Mountain Sports Hyannis store will be open Mon - Sat: 9:00 am - 8:00 pm, and Sundays: 10:30 am - 6:00 pm. 

About Eastern Mountain Sports:  Since 1967, Eastern Mountain Sports has been helping people of all ages and abilities to have more fun outside. As a member of the SDI USA, LLC Family and a trusted source of top-quality outdoor gear, apparel and advice, we operate over 20 locations in seven northeastern states, as well as the Eastern Mountain Sports Schools, offering instruction in climbing, mountain biking and backcountry skiing.

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