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Myrtle Beach Kirkland's store to close January 30

The Myrtle Beach Kirkland's store location will close January 30, according to its corporate headquarters. The Myrtle Beach Kirkland's store location will close January 30, according to its corporate headquarters.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (News Release) – Kirkland's announced Monday it will not renew the lease for its store located in the Coastal Grande Mall in Myrtle Beach, SC, and will serve its area customers through its website www.kirklands.com. The store location will close January 30.

 “Our website will continue to serve customers with the same great products found in stores,” said Michelle Graul, Kirkland's senior vice president of stores. “We encourage Kirkland's customers to visit www.kirklands.com. We have excellent customer service representatives who will work to answer any of your online retail questions at (877) 541-4855.” 

Store employees will have the opportunity to apply for open positions at other Kirkland's locations. 

Customers of the Coastal Grande Mall store may also shop online at kirklands.com.

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