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Gander Mountain Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy – Fifth Outdoor Retailer to File in Last Year

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Last month I posted a blog indicating that Gander Mountain was possibly preparing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The rumors were true. St. Paul-based hunting and fishing chain, Gander Mountain Company, which bills itself as “America’s Forearms Supercenter,” filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota,… Continue Reading

HH Gregg Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy: Part of a Next Wave of Retailers Seeking to Restructure/Reduce Debt and Reduce Footprint

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The 61-year old Indianapolis-based appliance and electronics chain, HH Gregg, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Indiana. The company has struggled with declining sales for about four years. According to Reuters, HH Greg has a signed a term sheet with an unnamed party to purchase its assets,… Continue Reading

Possible Chapter 22 for EMS Brand – Sports Direct Eying EMS After Poor Holiday Sales

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Reuters reports that Sports Direct International Plc, Britain’s largest sporting goods company with about 700 stores throughout Europe, is discussing a bid for Eastern Outfitters LLC (“Eastern Outfitters”), the parent of Bob’s Stores and Eastern Mountain Sports (“EMS”). Versa Capital Management LLC (“Versa”) is the owner of Eastern Outfitters. Last April, Vestis Retail Group LLC,… Continue Reading

Retailer, The Limited, Files for Chapter 11 in Delaware

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As predicted last week, U.S. women’s apparel chain The Limited filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection today in the United States Bankruptcy Court for Delaware on Tuesday, after closing all 250 stores, under case number 17-10124. See 10 Retailers to Watch for Possible Bankruptcy Filings in 2017. This filing continues the trend in the competitive… Continue Reading

11 Retailers to Watch for Possible Bankruptcy Filings in 2017

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2016 ended on a high note with higher than expected holiday sales and overall a better real estate market. However, there were a number of retailers that sought bankruptcy protection. Some of the retailers, like Fairway and EMS, emerged as new entities in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings while their operations continued. Yet others, like Sports… Continue Reading

Another Sports Retailer Bankruptcy – Golfsmith International, Inc. Files for Chapter 11 Protection in Delaware

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Golfsmith International, Inc., a specialty golf retailer with 109 Golfsmith stores across the U.S. and 55 Golf Town stores in Canada, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Wilmington, Delaware on Wednesday, September 14, 2016. This case follows other large sports retailer bankruptcy cases, including Sports Authority and Eastern Mountain Sports, who both filed Chapter… Continue Reading