Florida Stores Will Be Closing With Huge Discounts, Closing Sale Alert!
Fit Small Business says that 80% of American shoppers would rather shop online. Harvard Business Review says that online shopping can be hard for shops that have physical locations, even though it’s convenient.
One furniture store in Florida is currently dealing with these problems after filing for bankruptcy and saying it will be liquidating. From its beginnings as a poster shop in California in the 1970s, the business has grown to offer art and home furnishings in a style called “modern glamour.”
Since 2009, Z Gallerie has gone bankrupt three times. The most recent one happened in late October 2023. The business started liquidation sales with discounts of up to 40% in its stores in Florida towns like Pembroke Pines, Boca Raton, Tampa, Sarasota, Naples, and Hallandale Beach.
It was looking for a buyer. If you can’t make it to one of the shops, the company’s website has a clearance section where some items are 50% off.
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The website has clearance sales and a sale going on right now with 30% off furniture, 50% off art and lighting, and 40% off pillows and throws. There is a sign at the top of the site that says “70% off everything Cyber Celebration.”
Z Gallerie confirmed on social media that its stores would be closing in early November 2023 and told customers that they could still access their goods online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The company did not give a specific date for when it would shut down, but its bankruptcy filing suggested that it might do so “by the end of the year” if a buyer could not be found.
The Tampa store has good reviews on Google, with a score of 4.3 out of 5. In a recent review, a customer named Andrew, who knew the store was going to close soon, said nice things about the furniture and decor.
There is a lot of stuff in the store shown in the picture below, which emphasizes that “everything must go” and “nothing held back.” It’s important to know that the author is not connected with any stores, not even Z Gallerie.