Gymboree Announces Closures in Arizona
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August 8, 2017
Gymboree and Crazy 8, two popular children’s clothing store have announced that this month it will close 350 stores across the country. In June, the company filed for bankruptcy protection and will hold final sales at the locations that are scheduled to close.
The company that owns Gymboree, Crazy 8 and Janie and Jack announced it will mostly close Gymboree and Crazy 8 locations, though a few Janie and Jack stores will be closed as well. As of April, there were 1,280 total store locations across the country and store closing sales began July 18th at both Gymboree and Crazy 8 locations. CEO Daniel Griesemer said in a statement announcing the store closures, “This was a difficult decision to make, but we are confident that it is in the best long-term interest of our company, our customers and our broader employee base.”
The store closing discounts have not been announced as of yet. “We do not have any information at this time about when various discounts will be rolled out to customers, but we do expect that there will be emails alerting you to potential savings,” according to the company website detailing the restructuring process.
There are four Gymboree locations slated to close in Arizona. Those stores are located at: San Tan Village, Paradise Valley Mall, Tucson Mall and Outlets at Anthem. There are five Crazy Eight Arizona stores are scheduled to close soon. They are: Scottsdale Fashion Square, Chandler Fashion Square, Desert Ridge, Superstition Springs and Tucson Spectrum Mall.
Gift cards will be accepted at the stores that are closing, as well as at store locations that will remain open. You can also redeem Gymbucks at closing stores between July 19-31. After those dates, you will still be able to earn Gymbucks, but you won’t be able to redeem them at the closing stores. The closing stores will not accept coupons. All sales will be final. Click here for more information on the stores closing.