(WJW) — Levin Furniture on Monday announced two stores will close permanently due to business consolidation after Robert Levin reacquired it — a move the company said saved jobs and customer deposits. (Watch our past report, above.)
“While it is always a difficult decision to close stores, our reevaluation following the buy-back indicated that it was necessary for the overall health and longevity of the business,” Levin said in a press release.
The two stores will liquidate inventory. Those sales will be open to the public on Sept. 3 at the Akron store at 3742 Brookwall Dr., Suite 20 in Market Square at Montrose; and the N. Olmsted store at 23250 Lorain Rd.
According to a press release, the two stores are filled with furniture, mattresses, home accessories and area rugs that are deeply discounted for pick-up or delivery. The release stated heirloom quality rugs from around the world are up to 65 percent off. Home accessories are marked down 40 percent.
For more information on the store closing sales, click here.
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