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Pier 1 Is Closing Stores — Here’s How to Get Last Minute Items

The front of a Pier 1 store in California featuring a large closing sign and discount banners.
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Purveyor of home goods Pier 1 Imports is closing. The company declared bankruptcy earlier this year, and now, it is officially closing all of its stores’ doors. But it’s not too late to shop.

In a press release, the brand announced that it would be “winding down” it’s retail business as soon as stores were allowed to reopen in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. When the stores do open, though, you’ll have one last chance to shop the decor stores’ final items at liquidation sale prices. As for its online store, the site is still taking and fulfilling orders and will continue to do so through July 2020.

Of the decision to close, Robert Riesbeck, Pier 1’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, says, “We are grateful to our dedicated and hardworking associates, millions of customers and committed vendors who have collectively supported Pier 1 for decades. We deeply value our associates, customers, business partners, and the communities in which we operate, and this is not the outcome we expected or hoped to achieve.”

If you want to shop Pier 1 one last time before it’s gone for good, you can check in with our local store’s reopening plans or shop the retailer’s website now.

[Via PopSugar]

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