Discount retailer Tuesday Morning, a business based in Texas, is closing hundreds of stores, including all locations in Fort Worth.
The retail industry is struggling with major chains closing stores across the United States.
At least 860 retail stores will close in 2023, with the possibility of more to come.
One of the businesses most affected is the popular discount retailer known as Tuesday Morning.
The company, which originated in Texas, announced the closure of all four of its stores in Fort Worth as the struggling business filed for bankruptcy for the second time in three years.
The move will “enable the company to reduce its outstanding liabilities, obtain the significant and necessary capital, and ultimately transform into a nimbler retailer that serves heritage markets in a profitable manner.”
Tuesday Morning will close half its 487 stores across the United States, including 24 in Texas and four in Fort Worth. Before its first bankruptcy filing, the chain had 687 stores.
However, there is a silver lining in these closures.
The stores that are closing have listed everything within the store on sale, so savvy shoppers can take advantage by finding significant savings.
No closing date has been announced, but shoppers should act quickly to take advantage of heavily discounted items. Items are only on sale at the stores below.
Tuesday Morning stores closing in Fort Worth:
- Village at Camp Bowie, 3501 Bernie Anderson Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76116
- Hulen Fashion Center, 5240 South Hulen Street, Fort Worth, TX 76132
- Presidio Towne Crossing, 2225 Porter Creek Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76177
- Shops at Chisholm Trail Ranch, 5517 Sierra Springs Ln, Fort Worth, TX 76123
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