regional stores: November 2008 Archives

Western Warehouse

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Retailer BTWW is beginning liquidation of all its stores. BTWW, which operates apparel stores in the midwest and west such as Western Warehouse and Boot Town, filed for bankruptcy earlier in the month, and hopes to use the holiday season to clear out inventory. BTWW had poorly performing stores, significant debt and failed attempts at restructuring before succumbing to its bankruptcy filing. The company was established in 1975.

National Wholesale Liquidators

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Family-owned discount retailer National Wholesale Liquidators filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today. The regional chain gave no official reason for the filing and the company's web site lists no information.


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Audio-visual specialist Tweeter is closing all its stores. The company was reportedly sold to a liquidation specialist last week and closed its distribution centers. The company has been in decline for several years but still has more than 100 stores.

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