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MX News Update 2024


Rue21 is closing all locations, including 2 stores in New Jersey

We’ve heard a lot about closures lately and unfortunately another clothing store is closing.

The newest clothing retailer, founded in 1970 under various brand names and filing for bankruptcy protection, has two stores in New Jersey and more than 500 stores nationwide.

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One is located at the Moorestown Mall and the other at the Cumberland Mall.

If you go to many malls in New Jersey, you will notice empty storefronts and signs for sold out stores.

The clothing store Express recently announced that they are closing all of their New Jersey locations in malls across the state Deptford Mail, Own race track, Livingston Mall, Hamilton Center Mall, Moorestown, Paramus: Garden State, en Wood bridge.

Express was one of those stores that have been around forever, so it came as a big surprise to many.

With so many people choosing to shop online, this shouldn’t come as a big surprise.

You just have to wonder what’s going to fill all these empty malls.

The latest national retailer to close is teen clothing stores Rue 21.

According to “Rue21, a mall mainstay for decades, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Thursday – its third bankruptcy in about two decades.”

According to Bloomberg, you can expect liquidation sales from each location to close within the next three to six weeks.

Here is a list of retailers you would like to see come to Ocean County.

Are there any more you would like to add to the list?

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