At least four area mall stores are set to close this week as their parent companies shut down business.
The Charlotte Russe store at the Dayton Mall was running low on merchandise Friday, with signs posting plans to close the location Tuesday.
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The Charlotte Russe at the Mall at Fairfield Commons in Beavercreek had significantly more merchandise on racks, but employees of the store said they were unsure how much longer they will remain open. All Charlotte Russe stores are expected to close by the end of this week, and some have already shut down, according to a release from SB260 Capital Partners, the store’s liquidator.
Charlotte Russe deals are up to 70 percent off, according to the company’s Twitter.
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Crazy 8 stores at both the Dayton Mall and Mall at Fairfield Commons are also set to close this week. Crazy 8 in Beavercreek has two days left and the Dayton Mall location has four days remaining, according to signage posted in the stores.
Deals range from 60 percent to 80 percent off at the stores.
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Payless Shoe Source is also planning to close all stores, including one remaining at the Mall at Fairfield Commons. The Dayton Mall store has already closed.
There is also a Payless distribution center in Brookville that employs about 550 people.
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