Circuit City closes the door for good - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/8/09

Circuit City closes the door for good

LUBBOCK, TX - (KCBD) It used to be the second largest consumer electronics retailer in the nation, but all Circuit City stores are now closed.

Sunday was the last day for the remaining 567 stores nationwide including the store in Lubbock.

The former electronics giant takes with it more than 34,000 jobs.

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