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Two Gander Mountain stores in the midstate to get a reprieve

Written by Gary Haber/York Daily Record | May 10, 2017 10:43 AM
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Workers hang a 'going out of business' sign at the Gander Mountain Company store in West Manchester Township on Thursday. (Photo: Brett Sholtis, York Daily Record)

The stores are on a list of those slated to continue in operation

(Undated) -- Gander Mountain stores in West Manchester Township in York County, and Chambersburg in Frankling County, are on a list of stores slated to continue in business.

The list was tweeted late Monday by Marcus Lemonis, Camping World Holdings CEO and star of CNBC's reality show "The Profit."

Camping World Holdings bought St. Paul, Minnesota-based Gander Mountain Co. at a recent bankruptcy court auction. Lemonis said previously he planned to keep open at least 70 of Gander Mountain's 162 stores, USA Today and the Indianapolis Star reported.

Signs went up at Gander Mountain's West Manchester Township location last week advertising a going-out-business sale with savings of up to 30 percent off.

 

The sporting goods chain Gander Mountain is about to close a bunch of stores. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland). 

 

This article is part of a content-sharing partnership between WITF and the York Daily Record.

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