43 Bed Bath & Beyond Stores To Close Including 1 in Tennessee

Bed Bath & Beyond will reportedly be permanently closing a total of 43 stores nationwide by the end of February.

USA Today reports the closures will affect 19 U.S. states and Puerto Rico as part of the chain's plan to close 200 stores during the next two years, which was announced last July. A total of 63 will be permanently closed by the end of 2020.

One Tennessee store, located in Cleveland, will be among the stores closing by the end of February. The February closures will account for 60% of the closures planned during the next two years, a company spokesperson confirmed to USA Today.

Here are all of the locations scheduled to close by the end of February in each state:

  • Arkansas: Conway
  • Arizona: Peoria
  • California: El Cerrito, Gilroy, Mountain View, Northridge, Riverside, San Mateo, Simi Valley, Turlock, Yuba City
  • Colorado: Boulder, Colorado Springs, Lone Tree
  • Florida: East Fort Myers, Estero, Miami, Port Richey
  • Georgia: Fayetteville
  • Indiana: Kokomo
  • Louisiana: Slidell
  • Massachusetts: Holyoke, Saugus
  • Maryland: Baltimore
  • Michigan: Wyoming
  • Minnesota: Coon Rapids
  • New Jersey: Lawrenceville
  • New York: Manhattan, Manhasset, Greece
  • Ohio: Cincinnati, Medina, Stow, Warrensville Heights
  • Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh, Swarthmore
  • Puerto Rico: Bo Canovanillas
  • Tennessee: Cleveland
  • Utah: American Fork
  • Virginia: Fairfax, Glen Allen, Virginia Beach, Waynesboro

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