closeouts

All Noun
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  • The store bought all closeouts and was primarily a women's store.
  • The brand is doing well in some markets through closeouts and some newer unique new styles.
  • Most of the businesses are closeouts, or specialized businesses in various types of merchandise.
  • Closeouts occur when the manufacturer has large amounts of superfluous stock that are sold at reduced prices in order to liquidate this stock.
  • Dollar General offers both name brand and generic merchandise -- including off-brand goods and closeouts of name-brand items -- in the same store, often on the same shelf.
  • Gourmet Guides bought closeouts, over-stocks, remainders and damaged books on cooking related books, for resale.
  • Grocery Outlet's inventory comes primarily from overstocks and closeouts of name brand groceries, as well as private label groceries.
  • Merchandise sold at American Freight is obtained from manufacturers through unclaimed freight, cancelled orders, closeouts, and overruns.
  • J.L.'s only child, Cal Turner, Sr., accompanied his father to these closeouts at a young age, gaining valuable business knowledge and skills.
  • As a rule, used and obsolete goods (but not antiques) marketed to persons of low income as closeouts are inferior goods at the time even if they had earlier been normal goods or even luxury goods.
  • Renys purchases small lots of high quality brands at a discount by buying production overruns, closeouts, irregulars, and factory seconds.
  • Each of these manufacturers provides American Freight with the ability to purchase furniture in the form of closeouts, overruns, cancelled orders, and unclaimed freight at reduced prices.
  • Merchandise is mostly priced at $2.00 or less, and consists of both new merchandise (usually imported, though sometimes of Canadian origin) and closeouts.
  • Fallas Paredes buys closeouts from uniform manufacturers, such as French Toast.
  • Byrne found the idea of online closeouts intriguing, and invested $7 million for a 60 percent equity stake in the company in the spring of 1999.
  • Barney's sold clothing at discounted prices by purchasing showroom samples, retail overstocks, and manufacturers' closeouts at auctions and bankruptcy sales.
  • Merchandize Liquidators, LLC, is an American wholesale liquidator and distributor in the closeouts industry.
  • Ollie's Bargain Outlet deals in surplus merchandise obtained from various retailers, suppliers or manufacturers throughout the country, whether in the form of closeouts, bankruptcy sales or other similar means of buying stock at below wholesale costs.
  • To make themselves accessible to all, the Midtown, Long Ridge (now Greece Ridge), and Eastview Malls had "budget stores" which ran seconds, closeouts, and special merchandise at prices just above the discount houses- with McCurdy's service and cachet.
Root form of closeouts is closeout for the noun.

Meaning of closeouts

  • noun A sale intended to dispose of all remaining stock