The Bon-Ton announced its 42 store closings Wednesday, with three included in our coverage area.
Closing sales are scheduled to begin Feb. 1, in which associates at these locations will be offered opportunities to interview for available positions at other stores.
Customers will soon no longer see a Bon-Ton in the Phillipsburg Mall, the Stroud Mall in Stroud Township, or at the Trexler Mall in Upper Macungie Township.
“As part of the comprehensive turnaround plan we announced in November, we are taking the next steps in our efforts to move forward with a more productive store footprint,” said Bill Tracy, president and chief executive officer for The Bon-Ton Stores.
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