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a sale intended to dispose of all remaining stock

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Most of the items in closeout stores are bought direct from manufacturers, allowing the retailers to maintain their low prices and helping to ensure product integrity.
Furniture sales within existing closeout stores represent approximately 12% of total Company sales and will continue to be a key differentiator for the Company in comparison to other value retailers.
We looked at Chicago and saw a large and diverse population mix - and no closeout presence in a market that big," said Miller, noting McFrugal's was more than a little surprised when it investigated the Windy City to find only two closeout stores (operated by Consolidated Stores out of Columbus) in such a large market.
The company operates a total of 1,297 closeout stores operating as BIG LOTS, BIG LOTS FURNITURE, ODD LOTS, PIC 'N' SAVE and MAC FRUGAL'S BARGAINS*CLOSE-OUTS.
The company operates a total of 1,291 closeout stores operating as ODD LOTS, BIG LOTS, BIG LOTS FURNITURE, PIC 'N' SAVE and MAC FRUGAL'S BARGAINS*CLOSE-OUTS.
The company operates a total of 1,290 closeout stores operating as ODD LOTS, BIG LOTS, BIG LOTS FURNITURE, PIC 'N' SAVE and MAC FRUGAL'S BARGAINS*CLOSE-OUTS.
The company operates a total of 1,303 closeout stores operating as ODD LOTS, BIG LOTS, BIG LOTS FURNITURE, PIC 'N' SAVE and MAC FRUGAL'S BARGAINS*CLOSE-OUTS.
Following the divestiture of its K*B Toy division, the company operates a total 1,285 closeout stores operating as ODD LOTS, BIG LOTS, BIG LOTS FURNITURE, PIC 'N' SAVE and MAC FRUGAL'S BARGAINS*CLOSE-OUTS.
Just in time for the holiday shopping season, Consolidated Stores Corporation (NYSE: CNS) today unveiled the new electronic service for customers who shop at any one of its 1,200 closeout stores nationwide.
including supermarkets, discount stores, wholesale clubs, drugstores, convenience stores, pet superstores, other pet chains and independents, Internet, veterinarians, natural supermarkets, dollar stores, agricultural/feed-seed/farm stores, home improvement/garden centers, and closeout stores.
So I've had to do the shopping at a few closeout stores before, but not on such an extreme level as this.
He said some consumers get their initial exposure to luxury bedding from closeout stores.