Another Sprint Dealership at 101 Delancey

Posted on: January 14th, 2011 at 6:09 am by

Earlier this week, a van of workers parked outside 101 Delancey and systematically began dismantling the defunct Endless Wireless Group awning.  The black vinyl was sheared, and the fixture itself quickly pried from the store facade.  So for the second time in less than a year, we were treated to a brief glimpse of the Jay-Mor Hats porcelain ghost signage.

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The view was laid bare for less than an hour before the same crew installed new signage.  And the latest tenant at 101 Delancey? You guessed it, another franchised Sprint Wireless dealership! Except this location is a “premier store,” which obviously deserves some high-tech marquee that glows in the dark. Hey, you know what they say – there’s no business like…

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