Thread regarding Hallmark Cards layoffs

List of Hallmark Stores that will be closing in 2020?

This is a post about stores a listing of Hallmark stores that have closed or will be closing in 2020.

I'd like to see if we can aggregate a solid and detailed list since there is no reliable information on the web.

I know that there is another thread on 2019 Hallmark store closings here on site (links for 2019 @WCtNNhp - for 2018 @R8a327q and for 2017 @LjW44UX) but I am interested in 2020 (most of the info there is obsolete)...

Specifically, post anything you know about store closings in:

  • Nevada (Las Vegas/Reno)
  • California (LA/SF)
  • New York (NYC)
  • Tennessee (Nashville)
  • Maryland (all)
  • Texas (Dallas/Houston)
  • Florida (all)
  • Ohio (all)

Thank you!

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Post ID: @OP+12SwEFep

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I'm still here as a Hallmark dealer for many years.
Need to be creative and have a great landlord which I do.

I'm looking to buy Hallmark and other major card lines if you are closing.
Anytime - anywhere. Carter @ 530 648-6452

Post ID: @57czj+12SwEFep

F— Hallmark b–tards

Post ID: @3Ofbq+12SwEFep

Everyone thinks card sales are low or gone. Far from it. Stores like Kroger, CVS, Walgreens, Dollar Tree and Walmart's, are doing a whopping big business in card sales. Its convenience, buy where you shop. Independent card stores are history. Since the 9/11 attract, the Gift Business has plummeted. The consumer stopped buying what was other then cards that were being sold in that industry. Look at the Manufactures, some bankrupt, some merged but all downsized. Look at the Gift Markets, they are basically history, once a vital part of the giftware industry. But card sales are continuous. They just are being bought at other venues. Not the single stores dealing in giftware and cards. That industry died in 2002, and is still going away each year.

Post ID: @oyic+12SwEFep

Kay’s Hallmark in Fort Worth is closing this month.

Post ID: @1bql+12SwEFep

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