The store has already closed its online store.
Charlotte Russe is holding "going out of business" sales as the bankrupt women's apparel seller prepares to close more than 400 stores around the U.S.
At the time of the Chapter 11 filing, Charlotte Russe had 500 stores in malls around the country.
In February, the company announced their plans to close almost 100 of their more than 500 stores. The going out of business sale starts Thursday, March 7, 2019 at all Charlotte Russe locations. But, those plans fell apart when liquidator SB360 Capital Partners won an auction in bankruptcy court for Charlotte Russe's $160 million worth of inventory, and other assets, according to a CNN report. The company has more than 8,700 employees, USA Today reported. Almost 100 locations were affected by the initial Chapter 11 filing in February, including in Niagara Falls, New Hartford, Saratoga Springs and the Eastview Mall near Rochester. The company in 2016 expanded to include Peek Kids, with 10 of the high-end children's clothing stores continuing to operate in eight states.
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