Charlotte Russe closing all stores, liquidation sales going on now

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Another fast-fashion retailer is closing its doors for good.

According to the Charlotte Russe website, the company is going out of business after 44 years, and a liquidation sale will begin immediately at all stores. 

“The entire store will be on sale with deep discounts off the lowest ticketed prices,” according to a SB360 press release issued on Thursday. “Tops, bottoms, jeans, jackets, dresses, shoes, and accessories are highly desirable categories for the brand’s customers, and the Going Out of Business Sale is expected to wrap up quickly.”

According to CNN, the going out of business sales will last no later than April 30. Gift cards can be redeemed until March 21, 2019.

“For the loyal Charlotte Russe shopper as well as all young women across the country, these deals are not to be missed,” said Ziggy Schaffer, Executive Vice President of SB360. “On-trend fashion offered at liquidation discounts off already affordable prices will sell incredibly fast.”

The retailer has already closed its online store and plans to liquidate approximately $160,000,000 in inventory at their brick-and-mortar locations. 

“For the loyal Charlotte Russe shopper as well as all young women across the country, these deals are not to be missed,” said Ziggy Schaffer, Executive Vice President of SB360. “On-trend fashion offered at liquidation discounts off already affordable prices will sell incredibly fast.”

The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month.

For a full list of Charlotte Russe stores in the Nashville area, click here

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