Levitz first announced it was going out of business and closing all 76 of its stores in December.
The retailer dates back to 1910 when Richard Levitz opened his first furniture store in Lebanon, PA.
KIRKLANDS WILL BE FREESTANDING ONLY (NOT IN MALLS) LANE BRYANT WILL BE FREESTANDING ONLY (NOT IN MALLS) Just a heads up for the holidays…..
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You may be covered if you use a credit card, but the gift will be no good/xx latest to this list: Circuit City Ann Taylor closing 117 stores nationwide A company spokeswoman said the company hasn’t revealed which stores will be shuttered.
It will let the stores that will close this fiscal year know over the next month Eddie Bauer has already closed 27 shops in the first quarter and plans to close up to two more outlet stores by the end of the year.
Amid the loss of 639,000 postpaid customers in the fourth quarter, Sprint will be cutting a total of 6.7% of its work force (following the 5,000 layoffs last year) and 8% of company-owned brick-and-mortar stores, while remaining mute on other rumors that it will consolidate its headquarters in Kansas. Penney, Lowe’s and Office Depot are scaling back Ethan Allen Interiors: The company announced plans to close 12 of in an effort to cut costs.
Sprint Nextel shares are down .89, or nearly 25%, at the time of this writing. Wilsons the Leather Experts – 158 stores Pacific Sunwear will close its 154 Demo stores after a review of strategic alternatives for the urban-apparel brand.
The exact number of stores acquired will depend on negotiations with landlords. Gift cards, rain checks, and rebates purchased prior to can be redeemed at any time during the final sale.
About a month ago, Talbots announced that it will be shuttering all 78 of its kids and men’s stores.
Now the company says it will close another another chain it owns. In addition to its namesake chain, Gap also owns Old Navy and Banana Republic.
At the company’s annual shareholder meeting, CEO William During prolonged economic downturns (or when signs indicate such a phenomenon is looming on the horizon), retail chains often retrench by scaling back expansion plans, delaying the openings of planned new stores, and closing underperforming or redundant outlets.
The long list of chain stores referenced above includes businesses currently in a variety of different financial states; the listed stores are (as some versions of this item claim) all closing down for good: Some have gone bankrupt and closed for good, some have sought bankruptcy protection but remained open, some have already been through bankruptcy proceedngs and have emerged in a reorganized state, some have closed a significant portion of their outlets, and some have closed a relatively small percentage of underperforming stores while continuing to open new locations.
To see the list of store closings, go to the KB Toys Information web site, and click on Press Information Dillard’s to Close More Stores Dillard’s Inc.