Its last stores will close Wednesday by 5 p.m., the company announced.
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The Chicago-based department store chain was founded in 1854. Liquidation sales have been underway since April, when parent company Bon-Ton told a bankruptcy court that it failed to find a buyer.
ALL LOCATIONS CLOSING FOREVER BY 5PM TODAY, WEDNESDAY AUG 29th!!! This is your last chance to save! We are selling EVERYTHING! 70-90% OFF STOREWIDE. Plus, take an EXTRA 40% off your entire purchase! pic.twitter.com/CrgkVlw8er— Carson's (@CarsonsStores) August 29, 2018
The flagship store was once on State Street, along with Marshall Field's, Sears, and Montgomery Ward. All are now closed as online shopping becomes more popular.