In addition to potentially closing stores, the company is identifying cost savings to decrease net losses.
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“We are continuing to focus on opportunities and initiatives to help drive incremental benefits in the coming years, creating the runway to return our brand to long-term health and sustainable financial performance. I am pleased to see our teams executing against our new action plan with urgency and believe our customer will return to a revitalized Pier 1 this fall,” said Cheryl Bachelder, interim CEO.
There are Pier 1 stores in Beavercreek and Miamisburg, according to the company’s website.
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