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rue21 closing six stores in southern Arizona

(Source: Yelp) (Source: Yelp)

Pennsylvania-based clothing retailer rue21 is closing nearly 400 stores across the country, including six in southern Arizona.

The company made the announcement Saturday, April 15, on Facebook.

rue21 has more than 1,200 stores across the United States.

This closure will shutter nearly a third of their brick-and-mortar stores nationwide, including all of the stores in southern Arizona.

Arizona stores that will be closed include:

Tucson

• Tucson Mall, 4500 N. Oracle Road

• Tucson Spectrum, 5373 S. Calle Santa Cruz

• Foothills Mall, 7401 N. LaCholla Boulevard

Casa Grande

• The Promenade at Casa Grande, 1269 N. Promenade Parkway

Nogales

• Nogales Plaza Shopping Center, 460 N. Grand Court Plaza

Sierra Vista

• The Mall At Sierra Vista, 2200 El Mercado Loop

Anthem

• Outlets At Anthem, 4250 W. Anthem Way

Flagstaff

• University Plaza, 1131 S. Plaza Way

Lake Havasu

• 5601 Highway 95 N.

Mesa

• Mesa Riverview, 849 N. Dobson Road

Payson

• Rim Country Mall, 400 E. Highway 260

Peoria

• Lake Pleasant Tower Center, 25546 N. Lake Pleasant Parkway

Queen Creek

• Queen Creek Marketplace, 21506 S. Ellsworth Loop #108

San Luis

• San Luis Shopping Center, 582 E. Piceno Drive

Arizona stores that will remain open include:

Glendale

• Westgate Tanger Factory Outlets, 6800 N. 95th Avenue

Goodyear

• Palm Valley Pavilion, 1400 N. Litchfield Road

Mesa

• Superstition Springs Center, 6555 E. Southern Avenue

Phoenix

• Desert Sky Mall, 7611 W. Thomas Road

• Bell Town Center, 509 E. Bell Road

Prescott

• Prescott Valley Crossroads, 5613 E. State Route 69

Surprise

• Surprise Market Center, 13375 W. Grande Avenue

Tempe

• Arizona Mills, 5000 Arizona Mills Circle

Yuma

• Yuma Palms, 1305 S. Yuma Palms Parkway

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