When it comes to closing stores, there are a few big names that are pulling the plug, too.
The department store chain Liberty Department Store in Kentucky is closing its doors and closing its operations in an attempt to save money.
Liberty Department Store closed its doors after about a year and a half of being in business.
But in an interview with local station WKYT, the company’s president, Tim O’Neill, said the company was not closing the doors for the right reasons.
“The bottom line is we’ve done some really good things for our customers,” O’Neil said.
O’Neill said that when Liberty Department Stores was in business, the retailer was known for offering “one of the best prices in the country.”
But with the company losing customers, O’Reilly said it is not a good place to be.
“It’s a very competitive environment for the business,” O’tenney said.
“You know, we’re not going to sell every customer at the store.
We’re not, and we’re certainly not going in that direction.
But I think it’s a little unfortunate that we had to do it.”
Liberty is the largest department store in Kentucky, with more than 2,000 stores across the state.
The Kentucky branch of the company has about 1,000 employees.