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Pier 1 May Be the Saddest Story of This Bankruptcy Boom

Why J. Crew and Chuck E. Cheese aren’t disappearing, but the retailer behind the papasan chair is

Somewhere around April this year, production of Pier 1 Imports’ famous papasan chairs ceased.

So did everything else in the retailer’s manufacturing supply chain, as the company…




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