But CEO Shawn Lederman said in a court filing the company has permanently closed 185 restaurants that had shut their doors during the coronavirus pandemic. That leaves the chain with 236 company-owned and operated locations, as well as an undisclosed number of locations run by 10 franchisee groups.
"We do not anticipate any additional restaurant closures at this time," Ruby Tuesday chief marketing officer Jenifer Boyd Harmon said in an emailed statement. "We remain committed to providing our guests with safe, quality experiences at all our current locations."
This is in Silicon Valley. Before COVID-19, they also closed their Palo Alto store.To our valued Campbell Fry's Store Customers,
As of today, our Campbell location is permanently closed.
Fry's will be repurposing this location for a different use in the near future.
We will continue to serve you at our nearby locations San Jose, Sunnyvale, and Fremont. And, for your convenience, we continue to offer same day delivery for online orders placed by 3PM as well.
Thank you for your continued support and business!
The Fry's Team
Godiva closing 128 stores in North America, including all 11 in CanadaGodiva is closing all of its U.S. locations as in-store visits for its luxury chocolate dip during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company plans to shutter its 128 locations in North America, which includes 11 in Canada, by the end of March. But Godiva chocolates aren't disappearing completely. You can still get them online as well as at grocery and other stores.
Godiva will still "maintain retail operations across Europe, Middle East and Greater China in formats that reflect the unique cultural preferences of those markets."
Rumor's been spreading on the net. Their site had given me a 503 error but later was super slow. I wonder if it's going to come true.Bill Reynolds @bill0004
BREAKING Scoop: Fry’s Electronics is closing business nationwide effective tonight. Source: Wilsonville, OR store employee. http://Frys.com website will go down at 12am #Frys #FrysElectronics
At least for me, the closing of Fry's (we have a couple here in the DFW area) is the "nail in the coffin" for local electronics parts. The last time I needed 1 (green) LED, I bought a whole bag of assorted colors off of Amazon for the price of a couple of individual parts: no wonder the B&M options have gone out of business!GerryAZ wrote: ↑Wed Feb 24, 2021 4:04 amFry's Electronics web site now has a statement saying they ceased regular operations and will implement an orderly wind down process. I am not surprised since both Phoenix stores have been reducing inventory for some time. I now must find some other source for electronic parts for projects.