Symmes Township, Ohio – JCPenney says, “We’re excited to announce that we’ve turned on the lights at 150 more stores in 27 states, continuing with our phased approach to reopening stores nationwide.”

However, the corporation announced yesterday afternoon that the light’s at the JCPenney store in Governor’s Plaza on Union Cemetry Road in Symmes Township will be turned on to have a closing sale and then off permanently.

JCPenney has chosen to pursue a financial restructuring and reorganization under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and close 154 stores around the country. Here is that list.

JCPenney identified the first phase of 154 store closures. Following entry of an order at the June 11, 2020, hearing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, in Corpus Christi, Texas, store closing sales will begin at 154 locations.

Store closing sales for the first round of store closures are expected to take 10-16 weeks to complete.