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J.Jill Expects to Close 20 Stores This Year

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Women’s apparel retailer J.Jill is closing approximately 20 stores in 2021, seeking to rebound with a smaller footprint and a focus on full-price sales. The retailer saw first-quarter sales jump 41.9 percent to $129.1 million, but sales remain 26.9 percent behind the $176.5 million it generated in the period two years ago. In a Nutshell:…

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