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Home Depot is closing two of its stores in North Carolina because they are not meeting the company’s financial goals, according to a report by WCTI-TV.
Stores in Rocky Mount and Greenville have begun liquidation sales, which are expected to last six to eight weeks. A corporate spokesperson said the company is trying to relocate the employees.
On Jan. 27, the Grand Rapids Press reported that an underperforming Home Depot store in Holland, Mich., had also begun a liquidation sale.