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February 24, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
All American SportsClub, a California warehouse retailer of sporting goods that has been struggling to obtain name-brand merchandise since it opened in 1986, sought protection from creditors Tuesday while it seeks to reorganize under federal bankruptcy laws. SportsClub Inc. of Long Beach, which does business as All American SportsClub in eight retail stores here and in Northern California, listed about $36 million of assets and $24 million of liabilities in its Chapter 11 filing in U.S.
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February 24, 1988 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
All American SportsClub, a California warehouse retailer of sporting goods that has been struggling to obtain name-brand merchandise since it opened in 1986, sought protection from creditors Tuesday while it seeks to reorganize under federal bankruptcy laws. SportsClub Inc. of Long Beach, which does business as All American SportsClub in eight retail stores here and in Northern California, listed about $36 million of assets and $24 million of liabilities in its Chapter 11 filing in U.S.
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July 8, 1987
Patrick G. Farrah was named president and chief operating officer of Long Beach-based SportsClub Inc., parent company of All American SportsClub, a warehouse retailer. He was a co-founder and formerly executive vice president and director of the Home Depot warehouse chain.
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December 22, 1986 | AL DELUGACH, Times Staff Writer
'Tis the season to be buying. And, by the same token, selling. This Christmas season finds Los Angeles entrepreneur Robert J. McNulty in a spate of court battles here as he pursues unorthodox methods of supplying top national brand athletic shoes, water skis and other sports equipment for his new retail chain of sports stores called All American SportsClub.
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