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San Franpsycho Closing Down Divisidero Store

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Word just came in that everybody’s favorite SF-centric clothing brand is closing down it’s flagship Divisidero store.

Of course, in perfect San Franpsycho fashion they are throwing a big party about it. Here’s what their FB page said about the closing:

Some bittersweet news to share with y’all this morning: we’re officially closing down our Divisadero shop this weekend. This isn’t a gentrification sob story; rather our lease is up and we’ve made a decision to close the shop to focus on bigger & bigger things, like more events & partnerships, local production, e-commerce & wholesale accounts, custom printing, etc. The future’s looking bright and we’re STOKED.

On Friday we’re throwing one final SFP Divis party and we better see ALL OF YOU there!!! THIS IS NOT A DRILL! We’re partying like it’s Bay to Breakers…

Details about the party are here. Help them go out with a bang!

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