Who Owns Just For Feet Remnant Assets?
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Just for Feet, Inc., et al. Bankruptcy Estate (Just for Feet).
On November 4, 1999, Just for Feet and its related entities filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware, assigned Case No. 99-04110. Thereafter, the case was converted to chapter 7 and a trustee was appointed to liquidate the remaining assets of the estate.
Related Entities: Athletic Attic, Casual Wear, IAC, Imperial Merger Subsidiary, Inc., Imperial Sports, Just for Shoes, Kal-Med Enterprises, Premium Sports, Inc., Pro-One Sports, Sneaker Stadium, Inc., Sneakers 'N Cleats
Contact Information Regarding Payments to Just For Feet
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About Just For Feet
Founded in 1977, Just for Feet grew to be one of the largest and fastest growing athletic shoe retail stores in the United States. Selling brand-name athletic and outdoor shoes, the company combined high customer service with amusement spaces within the store. Stores included small basketball courts, areas towards the front with TV monitors showing live sports events, snack bars, and loud rock and roll music played throughout the building. They also featured meet and greets with professional athletes, where customers could come in and meet their role-models like Michael Jordan or Herschel Walker. At its peak, Just for Feet operated over 140 stores in 25 US states.
Just for Feet also operated under several trade names including Athletic Attic, Imperial Sports and Sneaker Stadium.
The former headquarters of Just for Feet was located in Birmingham, AL.