Lidl has announced that they will be closing “underperforming locations” in Charlottesville and Henrico County.
This coming Sunday, July 16, two grocery stores owned by Lidl will be closing in the state of Virginia.
According to an email sent out by Lidl U.S., which is the American branch of the German grocery store chain Lidl, the company has made the decision to close two of its locations in the state of Virginia. One of these locations is located on Twentyninth Place Court in Charlottesville, and the other is located close to the intersection of West Broad Street and North Gayton Road in the Short Pump neighborhood of Henrico County.
According to the email, the decision to close the two stores was taken because they are “underperforming locations,” and all of the employees of those stores have been given positions at other sites in the vicinity.
According to its website, Lidl U.S. presently operates stores on the East Coast of the United States, between the Atlanta, Georgia area and northern New Jersey. The company’s headquarters are located in Arlington County, Virginia.
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