Gymboree closing 350 stores, including several in North Texas

Lucy Hill
July 13, 2017

Gymboree filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy last month.

It says that with a smaller store base, it will be able to focus resources on locations with the greatest potential and improve the profitability of the overall business.

After filing for bankruptcy, The Gymboree Corporation announced Tuesday that it is close approximately 350 stores, mainly across the Gymboree and insane 8 brands.

Gymboree Corporation also operates Janie and Jack stores.

Gymboree Corp. said store closing sales will begin Tuesday, July 18. Additional sales information can be found at www.gymboreerestructuring.com.

A children's clothing store in St. Cloud will stay open despite the company's recent bankruptcy.

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The Gymboree at the Fox Run Mall in Newington will also close.

Gymboree's website now lists eight stores and outlet locations in metro Denver, three in Fort Collins-Loveland, two in Colorado Springs, and one each in Summit County and Grand Junction.

The company said the affected stores were chosen "following a comprehensive evaluation of its retail footprint".

The announcement marks the latest in a string of closures by major retailers this year.

The stores at Virginia Center Commons, Regency Square, Chesterfield Towne Center and Stony Point will be closing.

Since December, the mall has lost several stores, including Sears, Aeropostale, The Limited, New York & Co., Wet Seal, Simply Mac, Family Christian and Vanity.

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