In January, the company announced the location in Beavercreek near the Mall at Fairfield Commons. That store was at 2781 A Centre Drive, Beavercreek.
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Pier 1 traces to a single store in 1962 that sold beanbag chairs and love beads to hippies in San Mateo, California. It expanded to offer just about anything for the home, from lounge chairs to curtains, and it later adopted the logo: “From Hippie to Hip.” At its height, Pier 1 had more than 1,200 stores.
But in recent years, its sales have fallen as it struggled to compete with online retailers Wayfair and Amazon, which sell sofas and coffee tables at a lower price and deliver them quickly.
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Other chains that have failed to connect with customers have filed for bankruptcy protection recently, including J.C. Penney and J.Crew.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.