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Pier 1 temporarily closes all stores in response to coronavirus pandemic

bizjournals Monday, 23 March 2020
Pier 1 Imports Inc. has temporarily closed all of its stores across the country, effective March 22,  the retailer announced in a press release.  The national retailer is also eliminating non-essential expenditures and expenses to preserve liquidity.  “With the health and safety of our employees, customers and communities top-of-mind, we are temporarily closing our stores and installing a work from home practice in our home office, as well as taking other precautions for our distribution,…
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