Metropark, a retailer of brand name men’s and women’s apparel and accessories, will be closing its Tukwila location at the Southcenter Mall and all 69 store locations nationwide.
Store closing sales start May 5 and will continue until all merchandise is sold, according to a company media release.
Consumers can find savings on all merchandise, including items from brand name designers such as True Religion, Diesel, Rock & Republic, BCBG, G-Star, Obey, 7-Diamonds and more.
High-end DJ equipment and flat-screen televisions will also be sold along with other store fixtures such as apparel racks, shelving and lighting.
“Our customers have shown us great loyalty over the years. These designer brands are rarely discounted, we hope our customers take advantage of these incredible savings,” said Cynthia Harriss, chief executive officer of Metropark USA, Inc.
All Metropark stores will honor gift cards throughout the entire sale. All sales made on or after Thursday, May 5 are final.
Gordon Brothers Group and Hilco Merchant Resources are collectively running the going-out-of-business sales on Metropark’s behalf.