TOM Brady’s TB12 store in Boston has reportedly closed.
The sports therapy and lifestyle outlet has closed its doors after less than four years of operation WCVB.
brady personally opened the store in August 2019 as part of a high-calibre event.
TB12 is a fitness and wellness brand for the seventh time super bowl Champion along with his longtime trainer Alex Guerrero.
The duo first opened a location near Gillette Stadium in 2013 and now operates ten stores.
Their two flagship TB12 locations are in Foxborough and Tampa, according to the company’s website.
Accordingly Boston.comThe Boylston Street store offered various Brady branded products in its retail outlet.
The 10,000-square-foot complex spanned two floors and offered one-on-one workouts and a smoothie bar.
They report that the outside has now been covered with brown paper and the signage removed.
No reason for the closure was given as Brady representatives have not yet commented on the development.
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However, Cushman & Wakefield, the real estate company that leases the building, confirmed that the store had indeed closed.
brady Retired from the NFL “forever”. in February after 23 seasons in the league.
In 2020, he transferred from New England to Tampa Bay and spent his last three seasons with the Buccaneers.
The former Patriot failed to secure the eighth Super Bowl ring Bucs was eliminated in the playoffs to the Dallas Cowboys in January.
And off the field, Brady is still digesting his divorce from his wife of thirteen years in October Gisele Bundchen.
The former NFL star is to start a job 10-year, $375 million broadcast deal with Fox Sports in 2024.
However, doubts remain as to whether Brady will take on the role, although he recently addressed rumors with a comment short, two-word answer.