Levin Furniture closing two stores due to business consolidation

(WJW) – Levin Furniture announced Monday that two stores will be permanently closed due to business consolidation after Robert Levin repurchases them – a move the company described as secured jobs and customer deposits. (Check out our last report above.)

The previous owner prevents Levin Furniture from closing

“While closing deals is always a tough decision, our post-buyback reassessment has shown it is necessary for the overall health and longevity of the business,” Levin said in a press release.

The two stores will liquidate the inventory. These sales will be open to the public on September 3rd at the Akron store at 3742 Brookwall Dr., Suite 20 in the market place in Montrose. and the N. Olmsted Store at 23250 Lorain Road.

“New” Levin furniture should be good news for customers and employees

According to a press release, the two stores are filled with furniture, mattresses, home accessories and carpets that are heavily discounted on pickup or delivery. The publication states that heirloom quality carpets from around the world are up to 65 percent cheaper. Home accessories have fallen by 40 percent.

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