Rickel Home Centers Inc., the 49-store home-improvement chain,
reported it plans to close its doors by the end of the year.
The retailer, with 38 of its stores located in New Jersey, had been
operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection since January of 1996.
“What our company needed was an infusion of capital,”
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home-improvement merchandise carried by Rickel stores include domestics,
appliances, closet and storage, and lighting.
Because of its medium-sized stores — in the 30,000 to
90,000-square-foot range — Rickel was caught in retail no-man’s
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