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HH Gregg to Close 88 Stores — Here’s a List

While CE giant Best Buy has turned its fortunes around, rival retailer HHGregg continues to struggle and has announced it will soon close 88 stores in 15 states.

HHGregg said in a press release that the closings should be completed by mid-April. The stores will begin selling inventory between now and then.

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“We are strategically exiting markets and stores that are not financially profitable for us,” said HHGregg CEO Robert Riesbeck. “This is a proactive decision to streamline our store footprint in the markets where we have been, and will continue to be, important to our customers, vendor partners and communities.”

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The closing will still leave HHGregg with roughly 150 stores, but the uncertain CE retail market leaves many industry observers wondering how long they will keep those open. Many consumers now opt to buy electronics online, particularly smaller items.

Best Buy has shrewdly built up its online business which has helped keep company profits rising. The retailer has also renovated its physical stores, making them sleeker and more attractive to shop at.

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Below are the 88 stores that HHGregg plans to close in the next several weeks:

Alabama

Mobile
Trussville

Delaware

Dover
Newark
Wilmington

Florida

Aventura
Boca Raton
Florida Mall, Orlando
Ft. Lauderdale
Gainesville
Hialeah
Homestead
Kendall, Miami
Pembroke Pines
Pensacola
Pinecrest
Sawgrass/ Plantation
Treasure Coast Mall/ Jensen Beach
Wellington
West Palm Beach

Georgia

Buckhead/ Atlanta
Stonecrest/ Lithonia
Gwinnett/ Duluth
Southlake/ Morrow

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Illinois

Arlington Heights
Bloomingdale
Champaign
Niles
Schaumburg
Springfield

Louisiana

Kenner Westgate/ Metairie
Mall of Louisiana/ Baton Rouge
Westbank/ Harvey

Maryland

Annapolis
Bel Air
Catonsville
Frederick
Glen Burnie
Hagerstown
Hanover
Largo
Rockville
Towson
Waldorf

Missouri

Chesterfield

New Jersey

Deptford, Woodbury
Mays Landing
Moorestown

North Carolina

Asheville
Cary
Durham
Mooresville

Ohio

Fairlawn/ Akron
Mansfield
Newark/ Heath
Tri-County/ Springdale

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Pennsylvania

Dickson City
Downingtown
Erie
King of Prussia/ Berwyn
Lancaster
Langhorne
Lower Paxon/ Harrisburg
Mechanicsburg
Montgomeryville/ North Wales
North Hills/ Pittsburgh
Whitehall
Whitman Square/ Philadelphia
Wilkes-Barre
Wyomissing
York

Tennessee

Mt. Juliet

Virginia

Chesapeake
Chesterfield/ Midlothian
Bailey’s Crossroads/ Falls Church
Fairfax
Roanoke
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Short Pump/ Henrico
Springfield
Sterling
Virginia Beach
Winchester
Woodbridge
Fredericksburg
Manassas
Colonial Heights

West Virginia

Parkersburg/ Vienna

— Phillip Swann

 

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2 Comments on HH Gregg to Close 88 Stores — Here’s a List

  1. Can’t help but notice the irony of an article about massive retail closings chock full of Amazon.com ad-links.

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  2. I noticed. But Phillip has always done that here and the TV Prediction’s page, which I notice he changed recently and doesn’t looks funny now, like it’s meant for a phone instead of the normal computer screen.

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