@M_Smart007I never really bought the big Items, but I have some small to medium things that are very cool.
I just used My gift card I had laying around, Got a real good deal on some bath towels. (free shipping)
Now you can bath ... oh, I mean the dogs can
I didn't even know Pier1 was still a thing. I had just figured they went extinct along with the other dinosaurs like Circuit City or KayBee Toys.
Last time I saw a storefront of theirs was years ago.
Yeah quite honestly I'm amazed they didn't go bankrupt years ago.
Apparently the market for $275 plates to put on your mantel is stronger than expected.
I've also wondered how they've stayed in business. Some nice stuff but a lot of their pricing is completely absurd.
And here I was thinking they were the Dollar General of useless decorative crap. After all, those $275 plates are probably $600 at Pottery Barn.
A friend is an interior designer and does quite a bit of business decorating model homes and apartments. She would shop there and buy the little knick-knacks they sprinkle as she says around the home.
“Looking ahead, we believe that we will deliver improved financial results over time as we realize the benefits of our business transformation and cost-reduction initiatives.” - CEO Robert Riesbeck
Six weeks later: ""Today's actions are intended to provide Pier 1 with additional time and financial flexibility as we now work to unlock additional value for our stakeholders through a sale," Pier 1's CEO Robert Riesbeck said.
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