Another 28 Kmart stores will soon be closing their doors, Sears Holdings Corporation announced Thursday.
Employees were notified Thursday morning of the closures, a list of which was released Thursday afternoon (CLICK HERE). Two of the stores are in Pennsylvania: One in Willow Grove and the other in Allentown.
Sears Holdings said that about 180 stores previously announced for closure have closed in fiscal year 2017. Another 150 stores previously announced for closure are expected to be closed by the end of the third quarter of 2017.
The closures are part of the company’s restructuring program that is intended to help stabilize the retailer.
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