Bass Pro Shops at The Pyramid has posted its first year-over-year increase in sales since opening in Downtown Memphis four years ago this month. The outdoor-goods retailer and tourist attraction took in $45,980,582 in 2018, up slightly from $45,795,504 in 2017, according to city records.
The increase halted a slide that followed the store’s honeymoon in 2015 and 2016, while a puny growth rate reflected what’s going on in retail regionally and nationally. “I do think they’re very much stabilized,” said Shawn Massey, partner in The Shopping Center Group’s Memphis office. “Same store sales have not gone up significantly for brick-and-mortar retailers,” Massey said. “They’re holding steady.”
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