Thread regarding Fry's Electronics layoffs

List of Fry's Locations Closing

I do not have the list, I need one.

I will list all stores below.

The list below is the list of currently open stores, NOT the list of stores that will be closing.

The list is accurate as of 7/16/2019.

Here it goes:

https://www.frys.com/ac/storeinfo/storelocator

Arizona
Phoenix 3035 W. Thunderbird Rd. Tempe 2300 W. Baseline Rd.
California
Northern California Southern California
Campbell 600 E. Hamilton Ave. Anaheim 3370 E. La Palma Ave.
Concord 1695 Willow Pass Rd. Burbank 2311 N. Hollywood Wy.
Fremont 43800 Osgood Rd. City of Industry 13401 N. Crossroads Pkwy.
Palo Alto 340 Portage Ave. Fountain Valley 10800 Kalama River Ave.
Roseville 180 N. Sunrise Ave. Manhattan Beach 3600 Sepulveda Blvd.
Sacramento 4100 Northgate Blvd. Oxnard 1901 E. Ventura Blvd.
San Jose 550 E. Brokaw Rd. San Diego 9825 Stonecrest Blvd.
Sunnyvale 1077 East Arques Ave. San Marcos 150 Bent Ave.
Woodland Hills 6100 Canoga Ave.

Georgia
Duluth 3296 N.W. Commerce Ave. Milton 3065 Webb Rd.
Illinois
Downers Grove 3300 Finley Rd.
Indiana
Fishers 9820 Kincaid Dr.
Nevada
Las Vegas 6845 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Oregon
Wilsonville 29400 SW Towncenter Loop W.
Texas
Dallas Ft. Worth Area Houston Area
Arlington 102 East I-20 Houston 10241 N. Fwy I-45
Dallas 12710 Executive Dr. South Houston 11565 S.W. Fwy 59
Irving 2488 Market Place Blvd. Webster 21300 Gulf Fwy
Plano 700 E. Plano Pkwy
Austin Area
Austin 12707 N. Mopac Expy.
Washington
Renton 800 Garden Ave. N.

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Super long thread with a ton of info on this topic:

https://www.thelayoff.com/t/YbiPZw8

or go to

@YbiPZw8

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-2nvin

Visited the Irving, Tx location today, looking for a 25’ Ethernet cable. It was like going to a funeral. Inventory clearly depleted. The one lone sales guy we found sent us to Home Depot. We asked if the store is closing, he assured us the are waiting for inventory deliveries. We said, umm, yeah..,

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-1Vbkt

Fry's Manhattan Beach has many unstocked shelves. Few employees lurking about. It looks as if it should have been closed months ago.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-1Ekpu

Just came back from San Marcos California store. Shelves were half empty in every department. There appeared to be three other customers wandering around, and the parking lot was near empty save for employee vehicles. The TV section was Samsung and a few off brands sitting in a dark, lonely corner. The salesman told me they weren't stocking floor model Sony's because Sony didn't want "to advertise their products that way" which made little sense to me. He said the shelves were empty because Fry's was renegotiating the supplier contracts. I asked him if management had held a meeting recently telling the employees their jobs were safe, because if they had, that was a sure sign to start looking for work. He was not amused.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-1Bnze

san marcos store is a ghost town. Employees reduced to part time, and haven't been told what the plan is

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-14hgz

Don't bother going to the Austin location, either.
I went there today and was shocked at how empty it was!
They're definitely going out of business.
I used to work at a location in Houston and didn't enjoy how they treated employees, but I always was happy to help because I enjoy tech.
They just lagged behind when it came to adapting to the market.
They should have seen the delivery trend and price matching, years out, but only did that in recently, which I believe has hurt. This is probably paltry in comparison to the embezzlement case, though.
Buying small and cheap components is going to be a pain now, with their passing.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-10ztr

Don't bother going to the Brokaw or Sunnyvale locations it not worth wasting the gas as they are as depleted as Campbell location unless you are looking for water

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-Rqzt

I walked into Fry’s in Campbell California. The parking lot was almost empty. The stock was depleted in a lot of areas, and I saw very few workers. There was no one at the exit checking purchases. When I checked out, I asked the cashier if they were closing. He said no. From now on, i’ll Go to the store on Brokaw Road in San Jose, or the one in Sunnyvale on Arques Ave.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-Rovw

The tempe store in Arizona isn't listed anymore on their website. That's sad. I had an orgasm walking in the front door back in 97. It was a dream come true. LOL.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-iaqr

As much as I dont shop at Frys as i use to especially store #1 back in the day, id rather see bestbuy take a nose dive into the abyss. (i worked at stores 144,142, 528, and 499 during the pilot of GS). 144 was notorious to steal and point the finger at you. shame on you warehouse on what you did to me. the sad thing is no lawyers wanted to represent me. so id rather see bby go byebye than to see frys close forever.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-eqeu

The three stores in Houston Texas, including the NASA store are still open. Sadly, the NASA store is pretty bleak. Thank you online shoppers.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-agkw

Just left the Concord store. Went in for retail therapy, fulling intended to waste some money. I left empty handed and sad.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-9pmk

The Concord store is closing. The shelves are empty. Nothing Apple, or printers of any brand in the store. Very few computers. Very little in the way of any computer accessories at all.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-4rij

Wrong one store is closing. The frys.com (store 48) warehouse is closing.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-4bwq

So , what you are saying is that ZERO stores have closed at this time... Thanks.

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Post ID: @105wcfpl-3lwn

You forgot the warehouse locations.

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