The chapter 11 of a national retailer will prompt the conclusion of the Justice and Lane Bryant stores in the Miller Hill Mall.
Ascena Retail Group presented a court documenting Thursday posting in excess of 1,100 store closings across the country, including the two Duluth stores.
Other than Justice and Lane Bryant, Ascena is likewise the parent organization of Ann Taylor, Catherines, Loft, and Lou and Gray, claiming around 2,800 all out areas before the closings.
Ascena said gift vouchers, stock credits and client rewards projects will stay substantial through store shutting occasions.
Duluth-based Maurices was claimed by Ascena as of recently, however is not, at this point possessed by the organization.
Ascena has been hauled somewhere around obligation and powerless deals for quite a long time. It joins different retailers that have declared financial insolvency as of late, including Brooks Brothers, Neiman Marcus, J.C. Penney, and J. Team.
These retailers were at that point battling with helpless deals, yet the constrained conclusion of stores in March to lessen the spread of the coronavirus put them further in risk.
Specialists accept that there will be another flood of liquidations this fall will incorporate organizations that had been sound before the pandemic struck.
Ascena’s terminations will incorporate all Catherines stores and all stores possessed by Ascena brands in Canada.
Ascena plans to sell the licensed innovation and web based business privileges of the Catherines name to City Chic.