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Tweeter Closing 1/3 of their Stores

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Our emo friends over at the Consumerist are reporting that Tweeter will be closing 49 stores nationwide, leaving the company with no retail representation in California, Tennessee, Alabama, or New York. The 97 other Tweeter shops will remain open with business as usual (save for the employees worrying all the time that they might lose their jobs).


Plans are to immediately liquidate inventory in the closing locations. The melancholy list of sales, after the jump.

Hoover, Huntsville

Mission Valley, Sports Arena, Escondido, Vista, Encinitas, Clairemont, Palm Desert, La Jolla, La Mesa
Temecula, Costa Mesa, Mission Viejo, Vista Regional Facility


North Haven, Crystal, Milford

West Kendall

Athens, Gwinnett, Johnson Ferry, Town Center, Snellville, Fayetteville, Atlanta Regional Facility

Century Centre, Michigan Ave, Crystal Lake, Gurnee

Boston University, Saugus, Holyoke, Auburn

North Carolina
University Place

New Jersey
Mays Landing

New York
Albany, Saratoga

Walnut Street

Coolsprings/Franklin, Chattanooga, Nashville West-End, NOW/Knoxville

Dallas Parkway, Caruth Plaza, Frisco, Humble, Lewisville, Southlake, Katy, Plano


Tweeter to Close [consumerist]

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I feel very sorry for you Ashkar406. I have a Tweeter within five minutes of where I live in Lexington, MA, and while yes, you can always find something for less money, they really do know their stuff. Many of the people who work in the Burlington store are older, and have obviously been around the block a couple times. Also, anyone who compares WalMart and Tweeter really doesn't know what they're talking about. Tweeter caters to a rather high end client, whilst WalMart... is WalMart. I also say this after laughing my head off after seeing a 6 ft Monster HDMI cable for $150 at Best Buy. I'm not biased one way or the other. I've just always really had positive experiences at Tweeter.