After the clothing retail chain, Forever 21, will be declared in bankruptcy announced that it would close 178 stores in the United States, in the event of the South Florida three locations they will be closed.

By Miami Diario Newsroom

The company founded in 1984 has 817 stores worldwide, and was one of the biggest competitors in the market for casual clothesdetailed

According to some experts the reason for its failure It was due to different factors that influenced such as the rise of online clothing purchases, large stores in commercial premises that are in decline and the rejection of clothing that is offered at a relatively low price but must be discarded after a short time.

Some consumers think that because several stores will close, they will offer the clothing to unbelievably low prices to recover part of the capital.

In the case of South Florida, there are three Forever 21 stores that will close, and they are located in Miami Beach, Pembroke Pines and Palm Beach Gardens. But the other six it has in the state will continue to function, he stressed.

The address of the stores that will close are as follows:

Miami Beach, 701 Lincoln Rd.

Pembroke Pines, 11401 Pines Boulevard in the Pembroke Lakes Mall.

palm beach gardens, 3101 PGA Blvd. on the grounds.

The stores Forever 21 that will remain open, offering casual wear to their customers in South Florida are located at:

Palms Town and Country in Kendal.
Shops at Sunset Place in SouthMiami.
Dolphin Mall in Sweetwater.
Miami International Mall in Miami.
Adventure Mall in Adventure.
Sawgrass Mills Mall in sunrise.

The Forever 21 chain currently has 549 stores in the United States and 251 in other countries. It was also known that it will continue with its operations in Mexico and Latin America.

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