Locations are closing their doors
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It all started in New Albany, Ohio, in 1990, and since then, the company has grown to include all six continents.
In 1997, it was the bath store chain that had the most market share in the United States.
Although it was originally unclear which locations would be the next to go and when the firm eventually issued a list of 56 stores that were up for possible closure on September 15th.
Before the end of the year, it is planned that all of the closures that are part of the first wave will take effect during the following four months.
California & Other States Are Closing Their Doors
Coming up in 2023, there will be a significant drop in the number of Bed Bath & Beyond locations in the state of California.
Stores in Lakewood, Larkspur, Palmdale, San Leandro, Redding, Burbank, Santee, and Marina are among the sites in California that will be eliminated, as shown by the list of establishments that will be shutting their doors.
Oregon is saying goodbye to a Bed Bath & Beyond in Beaverton, and Washington will lose its Lakewood location.
Other Western states, namely Nevada and Arizona will also see closures. The Bed Bath & Beyond in Sparks, Nevada, will be closed before we ring in the New Year, as will two Arizona locations in Tucson (on I-19 and Irvington) and Phoenix (on I-17 and Carefree Highway).
New York Closure
The greatest number of jobs will be lost in the state of New York, with locations in Farmingdale, Middletown, Mt. Vernon, New Hartford, and Plattsburgh being among those to be eliminated. According to the list provided by Bed Bath & Beyond, three locations in the state of New Jersey will be shutting their doors: Flanders, Manalapan, and Paramus.
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