Some articles on circuit city, city:
... The Montgomery Ward store was downsized to make room for Circuit City and Office Depot ... To accommodate for Circuit City, a portion of the store had to be located across the mall hallway from the rest of the store ... demolish everything except for Kmart, Montgomery Ward, Office Depot, and Circuit City, and replace the rest of the complex with a strip mall ...
... Circuit City came in the early 1990s, replacing a Silo electronics store that was formerly in this space ... Also, Circuit City closed in mid-2005 as well ... Circuit City Announces 19 Superstore Closings as Part of Its Ongoing Initiatives to Improve Financial Performance ...
... Circuit City Stores, Inc ... Circuit City liquidated its final American retail store in 2009, following a bankruptcy filing and subsequent failure to find a buyer ... The "Circuit City" brand is now owned by Systemax, which uses the brand to sell electronics as an online retailer, CircuitCity.com ...
... being in buildings formerly occupied by defunct Circuit City ... the openings of the first stores in the Norfolk-Virginia Beach metro area, in converted Circuit City and Linens 'n Things locations ... In the fall of 2010, hhgregg has opened many stores in former Circuit City locations in Maryland and Virginia ...
... Original anchor stores included Sears, Grant City and a Pantry Pride supermarket ... Grant City was shuttered in 1976 when the chain declared bankruptcy by the end of the year, JCPenney opened in the former Grant City space ... Macy's), soon opened in the former JCPenney/Grant City space, while Boscov's replaced the former Sears ...
Famous quotes containing the words city and/or circuit:
“Todays city is the most vulnerable social structure ever conceived by man.”
—Martin Oppenheimer (b. 1930)
“Within the circuit of this plodding life
There enter moments of an azure hue,
Untarnished fair as is the violet
Or anemone, when the spring strews them
By some meandering rivulet, which make
The best philosophy untrue that aims
But to console man for his grievances.
I have remembered when the winter came,”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)