The 1200 stores will they be a mixture of the brands or Justice and Catherines with some Lane Bryant mixed in .
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Justice was the money maker for this company. 19 Justice stores are closed in just 2 districts. I can’t believe how disgusting and greedy this people are being. There are employees that have been with them for longer than 15 years and now they want to pay them less for their years of service. Really? That’s a great way to say thank you for giving us so much of your life. We really appreciate all the millions you made while you were here. It’s disgusting.
Announcement will be made in the next 14 days .Stores have no freight in them , amending the severance package, paying executives big bonus but took bonuses away from the stores .
In Arlington sign on Catherines is closed due to landlord changing locks for rent not being paid .
What's true is that Ascena is taking advantage of Covid-19 mandated closures. Permanently to close its locations; high volume and profitable stores are included. It has already started.
Our Catherine’s hires the dress barn managers to close Catherine’s down got rid of the good local crew . Bye Felicia
Catherines and Lane Bryant
Seeing as most Catherine’s stores have yet to reopen and many of my current and previous customers complain about their product, I see them being the first to go.
Ascena has shut down 1 LB in my state that I know of, but I don’t see this stopping at only 1200 stores honestly.
That actually not true, behind Loft justice is the most profitable. Any Taylor, Catherine’s and Lane Bryant are the least. As of right now they’re shuttering 8 ATS and 12 LOcations as of this Saturday the 18th
Definitely Catherine’s and justice as they are the weakest links