Thread regarding Fry's Electronics layoffs

Anaheim store closing March 2 (and the pattern)

Facebook posts show signs at Anaheim store that it is closing as of March 2.
remember this: https://www.connect.media/prologis-picks-up-frys-occupied-asset-in-anaheim/

Duluth store closes, then replaced https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/local/former-fry-s-electronics-site-to-become-echopark-automotive-regional/article_b528fd52-5739-11ea-a2c0-f77d337ca124.html

Palo Alto store 'loses its lease' at the time when the lot is going to be redeveloped.

It was said earlier: keeping the stores open until the land can be sold, that's the endgame. Brokaw Rd store in San Jose is next!

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Yay, that means more merchandise sent to the Las Vegas Fry's to show off the new business model.

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Post ID: @2ndg+13GEn13m

So a 5-day notice - I guess it is better than people showing up with the doors locked - like the Duluth, GA location

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Post ID: @iri+13GEn13m

Yet their company line was the only store closing was Palo Alto - which was known for years that they would have to close or move at the end of their lease. So that is 3 + the warehouse location.

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Post ID: @nwr+13GEn13m

They just posted it in their Facebook page.

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Post ID: @rcv+13GEn13m

https://i.redd.it/7eq0wftr2yi41.jpg

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Post ID: @uem+13GEn13m

I must have missed something. Where does it say that Fry's will be closing the store on March 2nd?

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