This month, two major national retail brands—Tuesday Morning and Bed Bath & Beyond—have announced store closures across the state of Alabama.
Tuesday Morning, a popular off-price retailer, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this month. It is the second time in three years the 464-store company has seeked bankruptcy protection. They have announced the closure of half of their locations.
Below are the first 10 stores in Alabama that are slated to be closed. Most of the proposed store closings and liquidation sales are expected to take about eight weeks to complete, according to reports.
Here are the 10 Tuesday Morning stores closing:
- Birmingham – 1610 Montclair Road
- Birmingham – 5223 U.S. Highway 280
- Decatur – 2019 Sixth Avenue Southeast
- Dothan – 3114 Ross Clark Circle
- Gulf Shores – 1720 Gulf Shores Parkway
- Hoover – 1705 Montgomery Highway South
- Huntsville – 6275 University Drive NW
- Huntsville – 7900 Bailey Cove Road SE
- Mobile – 3051 Dauphin Street
- Northport — 1695 McFarland Blvd
Remaining stores can be found in Birmingham, Fairhope, Gulf Shores, Madison, Foley and Spanish Fort.
Bed Bath & Beyond
The news for Bed Bath & Beyond is a little brighter. Earlier this month, the company narrowly escaped Chapter 11 bankruptcy because they were able to raise $1 billion in equity.
Unfortunately, five Alabama store locations are slated to be shuttered in 2023.
- Daphne – 6850 U.S. Highway 90
- Dothan – 4863 Montgomery Highway
- Montgomery – 7971 Eastchase Parkway
- Opelika – 2746 Enterprise Drive
- Mobile – 3250 Airport Blvd.
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