Tuesday, April 18, 2017

More than 3,200 stores are shutting down — here's the full list

Retailers are closing thousands of stores following years of declines in sales and customer traffic.

We compiled a list of the more than 3,200 closures that have been announced so far in 2017. Most of the closures are scheduled for first half of the year.

Here's the full list:

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Radio Shack on College Avenue is already closed. I think that was the last one in Salisbury. Not looking for Sears or Kmart to be in Salisbury much longer either.

Anonymous said...

wow...all I know is I don't shop by myself anywhere in this area. must have friend with me and that isn't always possible...sooooo I shop online. didn't want to do this, but I find more and more this is what I do. just trying to protect myself because I certainly don't feel safe anymore.

Anonymous said...

You should build a bomb shelter and live in it.

Anonymous said...

12:33 call the guy with the CCW permit on all the other posts. He's a self appointed sheriff and will surely take care of you. He carries his range cards in his back pocket.

Anonymous said...

12:33 PM You must have a horrible life, you need to get out of your basement and live and not be afraid to leave home. If you're that scared why even bother living. jeez.


12:44 a bomb shelter is a good idea for them. lol

Anonymous said...

Those clothing stores could improve a lot by carrying Ivanka Trump Clothing!!!! BUT, they want to be political correct and its killing their business.....

Anonymous said...

love amazon

Anonymous said...

These stores are overpriced and sometimes just don't have clothing I like. I'm too fat for junior sized clothing and tiny shorts.

Anonymous said...

I have to be honest. When I attempt to find something in the local stores about 70% of the time it's a wild goose chase OR I'm told they have what I want but I'll have to order it online. Might as well save myself some aggravation and make my purchase online from the get go.

Anonymous said...

When someone comments that they don't feel safe shopping in this town you really should consider your grandmother for just a second. Don't think people are typing this to be smart. There is a segment of this community that is over 65 and frightened. If you are old and maybe somewhat ill...use a cane...or limp....you are a target. If you don't believe that...ask the first gray haired lady in the mall who will speak to you ....if she doesn't faint first.