NEW YORK — Scoop NYC has an anniversary this year – 20 years in business – but instead of celebrating, the retailer is holding store closing sales. The contemporary chain, whose concept is "the ultimate closet," abruptly shuttered its New York flagship in SoHo on Monday.
Sales at the remaining 15 stores began on Saturday. An employee at the Third Avenue location between 73rd and 74th Streets said all merchandise is 10 percent off, with the exception of hats and boots, which are reduced by 30 percent. A source said merchandise should be sold out in eight to 12 weeks. Scoop.com is also promoting 10 percent off site-wide.
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