Which retail stores will close in 2011?
In this tough economy many stores are on the verge of closing for good. Large chains will close unprofitable stores. This will be another make-or-break year for retailers with Christmas season sales making the difference.
These are the stores that are already not making profits:
Blockbuster - it is getting beat up by video on demand like netflix.
Abercrombie and Fitch
these three retail stores are good stores but said to be closing some stores already and are trending to close more.
i know dillards is always like a ghost town these days, so i wouldn't be the least bit surprised if all their stores got closed down in the near future.
I know for a fact Blockbuster is closing late 2011, or very early 2012, Personally I am very happy about that. It was the worst job ever! Military is so much better haha
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