JC Penney to close several OR stores

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  • #46684
    paulwalker
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    #46698
    mwdxer1
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    Isn’t Amazon supposed to buy J.C. Penny? I read that somewhere….

    #46702
    nosignalallnoise
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    No, they were (maybe still are) eyeballing buying the AMC Theatres (former Crappetopia) sinking ship from the communist Chinese government. They did buy out Whole Paycheck a couple years ago.

    You probably read it here: .https://feedback.pdxradio.com/forums/topic/the-all-new-pdx-radio-corporate-deathwatch/page/10/#post-46498

    #46713
    mwdxer1
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    We used to have a JC Penny in Astoria. They closed after being there for 101 years! One of the anchor stores in downtown. Since Sears closed, not a lot in Astoria now. Everyone shops in Warrenton at Walmart, Fred Meyer, Costco, Home Depot.
    The nearest Penny’s is Kelso WA. There is also one in McMinnville.

    #46725
    washnotore
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    Clark County has sways had two JCPenney stores.

    The first ones were in Downtown Vancouver and Downtown Camas.

    Around 1981 the Downtown store closed. Then moved to Vancouver Mall and Camas location closed later in 1980’s.

    Than some years ago a freestanding JCPenney opened in Far East Vancouver.

    The Kelso/Longview store opened around 1987. And is the only store left at Three Rivers Mall.

    #46726
    nosignalallnoise
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    Then some years ago a freestanding JCPenney opened in Vancouver’s lower east side.

    I want to say it opened sometime around 2005 or 2006ish. It was one of the first major stores along with Home De-Pot and WallyWorld to open in English Pit. The Sonic Burger across the access road opened VERY shortly thereafter!

    It’s actually not a terribly old store.

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