, a Michigan-based snow and water sports company, will close its Rochester Hills location by spring.
A banner across the Walton Boulevard store announced the closing and employees confirmed the store would shut its doors, likely by March. There are no plans to open a new location in town.
Everything in the store is at least 20 percent off.
Three other Summit Sports locations — in Brighton, Keego Harbor and East Lansing — will remain open.
In an interview with Crain's Detroit Business in 2010, Summit CEO Steve Kopitz said his company has evolved since its start in 1990, and now earned the majority of its revenues from e-commerce; its SummitOnline.com sells everything from hockey sticks to kayaks.
The Rochester Hills store is located across from in a plaza that vacated four years ago; two weeks ago, another plaza business, Great Oaks Laundry & Dry Cleaning, closed its doors.