CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA (WHTM) — Ten totally different companies throughout the Midstate introduced their upcoming closures this month.
Here’s a recap of all of the enterprise closures, in case you missed it:
OMG Donuts (5/1)
- A regionally owned specialty donut store lately closed its doorways again on Could 6. The donut store was owned and operated by Sarah and Matt Finch who opened the store again in December 2020.
Tuesday Morning (5/2)
- A Texas-based retailer lately introduced that it’s closing all of its retailer areas – 4 of these closing areas are based mostly in Pennsylvania.
Festoon Boutique (5/8)
- A regionally owned clothes and trend boutique closed its doorways after 19 years. The Festoon Boutique is owned and operated by Kathy Frey, and the enterprise will formally shut its doorways on August 1.
Christmas Tree Store (5/10)
- A 73-year-old seasonal vacation retail retailer lately introduced it is going to be closing two Pennsylvania-based areas. Christmas Tree Store was first discovered again in 1950 in Yarmouthport, Massachusetts.
Sears Residence Equipment Showroom (5/11)
- Sears lately introduced that it is going to be closing its showroom location on the Capital Metropolis Mall. In accordance with signage, the enterprise is at present present process a liquidation course of.
Sofas Limitless (5/16)
- A household owned furnishings retailer lately introduced it is going to be closing after 31 years. The long-time Sofas Limitless is owned and operated by Jack Lashay, who lately introduced his retirement.
Disney Retailer (5/17)
- A neighborhood Disney retailer on the Hershey Tanger Shops lately closed its doorways for good. Following this closure, there might be just one different Disney retailer in all of Pennsylvania, which could be present in Lancaster County.
Shiny’s Restaurant (5/19)
- A neighborhood restaurant in Lancaster County lately introduced that it is going to be closing its doorways in June as a consequence of staffing points and different private causes. Shiny’s Restaurant first opened greater than 55 years in the past.
Brick Home Cafe (5/26)
- A very long time cafe in Lancaster introduced its closing its doorways after 17 years. Brick Home Cafe is owned and operated by David Reist, who first bought the historic property again in 2006.
Kathy’s Hallmark (5/29)
- A neighborhood Hallmark location lately introduced that it needed to shut its doorways after 33 years as a result of the homeowners of their area elevated their lease by nearly 600%. Kathy’s Hallmark’s final day of operation might be June 19.