Heilig to close 12 more stores

Engel, Clint
January 2001
Furniture/Today;01/29/2001, Vol. 25 Issue 21, p2
Trade Publication
Reports that Heilig-Meyers Inc. plans to close 12 unprofitable stores and is asking the bankruptcy court in Richmond, Virginia, for permission to run its own liquidation sales. Decision by the furniture retailer's bankruptcy trustee to eliminate a committee representing the interests of the chain's shareholders; Locations of the 12 stores; Financial status of the company.


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