US home kitchenware retailer Sur La Table has revealed that 17 more of its retail locations joined the liquidation sale.
B Riley Financial’s Great American Group, SB360 Capital Partners and Tiger Capital Group are leading store closing event sales.
Under the store closing sales, the retailer is offering initial discounts of up to 30%-off original prices in its locations being closed across the US, applicable on all in-store merchandise.
The company said in July that it was closing 56 of its 121 stores, seeking bankruptcy protection.
In August, a joint venture between e-commerce business CSC Generation and brand owner Marquee Brands agreed to acquire Sur La Table out of bankruptcy and offered nearly $89m.
Riley’s Great American retail solution CEO Scott Carpenter said: “Sur La Table has partnered with the world’s best chefs and kitchen brands to bring customers trusted tools to make delicious memories. We encourage customers to shop early for the very best selection as the store closing sales will only last through the end of September.
“We are committed to providing customers with the same great in-store experience they have come to expect during this store closing sales event. Safety measures are in place to create a safe and healthy space for our shoppers.”