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Re: The big yellow banner moves along rt 440….
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Just saw new signage on the old Toys R Us on rt 440 by the Hudson Mall.

It is for Furniture Zone.

https://www.furniturezoneny.com/

Looks like they have a few locations in NY and NJ.

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Just an FYI: Pathmark owned Rickels.

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I don't remember a Pathmark there but I do remember Rickles. It was way better than the Home Depot & Lowes we now have in the area.

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Many years ago I heard of the 'wheel of merchandising": new businesses come on at the bottom and as the old ones get over the top they fall off.

Wouldn't it be grand if those store locations were connected in a park area?

We need another Roosevelt Stadium type park in the area rather than enterprises that congest and pollute.

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The yellow “STORE CLOSING” banner made its first appearance on Toys R Us.

It then moved on down the road to Kmart.

It is now on the National Wholesale Liquidators store.

Fun fact- the NWL building used to be a Pathmark then a Rickles hardware store.

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