JCPenney closing Maryville store, 6 Tennessee stores total


MARYVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — The Foothills Mall JCPenney is among 154 stores set to close as part of the company’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy restructuring.

The company announced the closures Thursday in a bankruptcy court filing.

In all, JCPenney is closing six Tennessee stores. The six are:

  • Columbia, Columbia Mall, S. James Campbell Boulevard
  • Kingsport, Kingsport Town Center, Ft. Henry Drive
  • McMinnville, Three Star Mall, Sparta Street
  • Maryville, Foothills Mall
  • Dyersburg, Dyersburg Mall, Lake Road
  • Cleveland, Bradley Square, Paul Huff Parkway

The full list of closing stores was made available on the JCPenney company blog.


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