The 53-year-old discount home furnishings chain offers year-round seasonal decor, as well as a variety of gifts, kitchen items and furniture.

In May, the company announced it would close 10 of its roughly 80 stores. file for bankruptcy.

Now, the company has reached an agreement with stakeholders to liquidate the remaining roughly 70 stores unless a buyer emerges, According to the Wall Street Journal.

The 10 stores that have been scheduled to close are:

  • Rockland County, New York: 32 Spring Valley Marketplace, Spring Valley;
  • Jefferson County, New York: 21182 Salmon Run Mall Loop West, Watertown;
  • Cape Cod, MA: Davis Strait, Route 28, Falmouth Square, Falmouth, MA;
  • Barnstable County, MA: Route 6A, Cranberry Highway, Sagamore;
  • Lancaster County, PA: Suite 200, 2350 East Lincoln Highway, East Lampeter Township
  • Chester County, Pennsylvania: 955 E. Lancaster Ave., East Kahn Township, near Downingtown;
  • Prince William County, Virginia: 2700 Potomac Mills Circle, Unit 104, Woodbridge;
  • Pembroke Pines, Florida: 11470 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines;
  • Cobb County, Georgia: 845 Ernest W. Barrett Pkwy NW, Kennesaw;
  • Genesee County, Michigan: 4071 Miller Road, Flint.

The Middleboro, Mass.-based Christmas Tree Store announced its store closures this week after filing a Chapter 11 petition on Friday, May 5.

The first Christmas tree shop opened in 1970 in Yarmouth Harbor, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

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