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a sale intended to dispose of all remaining stock

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In addition to close-outs, Pic 'N' Save also carries current merchandise such as Fisher Price Beauty Salon for little girls.
The above-mentioned purchase and close-outs are expected to generate a net crystallized liability for Cambior of approximately $33 million which will be reflected as a non-cash, pre-tax charge to earnings for a corresponding amount in Cambior's consolidated financial statements for the third quarter.
com(TM) offers literally tens of thousands of products from more than 200 participating vendors, including more than 50 percent of the country's largest close-out distributors.
and Far East, strong pressure on margins mainly due to higher level of close-outs, and lower royalty income, especially from Fila's Japanese licensee, which reported unusually soft sales for the second quarter.
Members can receive additional promotions, exclusive offers and other incentives such as frequent flyer miles, new product samples, close-outs and bargain items from reputable companies via email messages based on their interests they voluntarily provided in the sweepstakes.
The deal to acquire MacFrugal's Bargains Close-Outs Inc.
There will also be a classified section which will have headings for private individuals selling used parts, companies selling used equipment, and a listing for manufacturers close-outs.
Scattered throughout the store are close-outs such as a Lloyd/Flanders set of outdoor wicker in forest green with four chairs and a 48-inch round table.
Liquidation World will offer its broad experience in remarketing, restoring and repackaging like-new products acquired through bankruptcies, receiverships, close-outs, overruns and buybacks to iSolve's customers.
18 /PRNewswire/ -- Consolidated Stores Corporation (NYSE: CNS) and Mac Frugal's Bargains Close-Outs Inc.
Most of the inventory comes from manufacturer overruns and close-outs.