• Miamisburg: 1 Prestige Plaza
• Springdale: 403 E. Kemper Road
• Mason: 9938 Waterstone Blvd.
Family Christian President Chuck Bengochea said poor sales contributed to the decision, after the company had two “very difficult” years after filing bankruptcy.
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“Despite improvements in product assortment and the store experience, sales continued to decline. In addition, we were not able to get the pricing and terms we needed from our vendors to successfully compete in the market. We have prayerfully looked at all possible options, trusting God’s plan for our organization, and the difficult decision to liquidate is our only recourse,” Bengochea said.
A company statement said the Family Christian Ministries has provided humanitarian aid for more than 14 million orphans, widows and other people throughout the world. Merchandise is now on sale for up to 30 percent off, according to the company website. All sales are final.
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