Gap store at The Greene closing

The Gap store at The Greene Town Center is closing.

Gap Inc. previously announced that up to 200 of its namesake stores could close after poor earnings reports.

An employee at the Beavercreek location confirmed Saturday the store is having a going-out-of-business sale and will close, but did not have a closure date and referred all other questions to Gap corporate offices.

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There’s no word initially if any other Ohio stores are affected.

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In November the company reported same-store sales at Gap stores, which includes Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic, grew 7 percent last quarter, but the sales at the flagship Gap brand dropped 7 percent.

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