A major discount store chain that has over 465 store locations throughout the country recently announced that it would be closing the majority of its Kentucky store locations. Read on to learn more about the locations and "going out of business sales" going on now.
The retail store chain "Tuesday Morning" recently announced that it would be closing six of its ten Kentucky store locations in the coming weeks after filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy last month.
This is the second time the discount retail chain Tuesday Morning has filed for bankruptcy in the last three years.
At the peak of its popularity, the discount retailer had about 700 store locations throughout the country. Currently, they have 465 locations, of which more than half will be closing around the country in the coming weeks.
Here are the Tuesday Morning store locations that will be closing in Kentucky that currently have "closing sales" in progress:
- 125 East Renolds Road at the Crossroads Shopping Center in Lexington,
- 3250 James Sanders Boulevard at the Kentucky Oaks Plaza in Paducah,
- 6927 Alexandria Pike at Alexandria Village Green in Alexandria,
- 155. E. New Circle Road at Woodhill Center in Lexington,
- 2600 Calumet Trace at Gateway Commons in Owensboro, and
- 1959 S. Hurstbourne Parkway at Town Fair Center in Louisville.
The Tuesday Morning store locations in Fort Mitchell, Frankfort, Bowling Green, and one additional location in Louisville have not been marked for closure.
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