Thursday, May 12, 2016

National Wholesale Liquidators Returns To Philadelphia

by Steve Lubetkin,
National Wholesale Liquidators is returning to Philadelphia with a new store at the former Kmart location at 900 Orthodox St. near Castor Avenue and Wyoming Avenue.

“NWL is back in Philadelphia and it feels like home,” says Scott Rosen, CEO of NWL. “As someone who studied at the University of Pennsylvania and has lived in this great city, it’s a pleasure to help create jobs and drive more revenue for the local economy. With every new location we open, our customer-centric philosophy and can’t beat prices are really resonating with the community, and we are seeing customers flock to our stores in record numbers. This is only the beginning of our growth in Philadelphia and we can’t wait to expand into new neighborhoods and serve even more customers.”

The Philadelphia location will provide NWL’s traditional name brand merchandise mixed with closeouts at heavily discounted prices. The new store opens May 17.

The 100,000 square-foot space in Philadelphia will become NWL’s 13th big box store, and its first in the Philadelphia area since 2008. The firm retrenched severely after filing for bankruptcy in 2008. At one time, it had six stores in the Philadelphia area, the Philadelphia Inquirer says.

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