Thread regarding Nordstrom Inc. layoffs

List of Nordstrom Stores Closing (2016)

Anyone has the list? Seattle, San Francisco? Any location? Please post the list of Nordstrom stores that are closing in 2016 if you have it...

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It's extremely apparent that Trump supporters are on hair trashing Nordstrom's. Ivanka Trump's clothes aren't even made in America that's how much they support America.

The problem with Nordstrom's is that their clientele are aging and not able to get to the stores and have lunch and carew's the store that world doesn't exist anymore. You need to lower your prices stop letting designers say how much their clothes are. The market will not bear expensive items anymore especially in Tacoma Washington and let's face it washitonia hands aren't the most supportive people when it comes to corporate entities but you would think they would support one of their own now we're paying and RTA tax on a registration because Washington turn down Federal money to support their infrastructure. Politics and business are the same thing one buys each other's favor and I applaud Nordstrom's for standing up and saying no we will not support a designer like Ivana Trump Ivanka whatever. Donald Trump is a failed businessman and he went to Russia for his money because he ruined his Goodwill and reputation in New York he can't borrow money anywhere but Russia Ivana can go sell her clothes in Russia. Lower your price point Nordstrom's and people will flock to your stores and expand your extended sizes in the store and I will go to the store to shop there it's just easier online because there's more of a selection but at least you don't play games with your price point the way Macy's does I shopped at Macy's for 40 years and I just won't go there anymore because they play too many games with the prices. Don't play with your customers treat them fairly give them a fair deal. And you will not go out of business

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Here is a site that tracks store closures, some entries for us exist:

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What about stores in Nevada and Utah? Are they closing as well?

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Nordstrom's you didn't care that we as your customers really IIke Ivanka's line. You are very poor loosers. You should stand behind our President. We will never step foot in your stores again and neither will any of our family or friends.

You'll be another store closing your doors.

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Ha ha ha!!! Sore losers. You cut your nose of to spite your face and now you're paying for it. DO NOT MIX POLITICS WITH RETAIL. Nordstroms lost 50 percent of their customers when they made that fatal mistake. Good riddance.

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Ivanka's irrelevant.

Really, makes no sense to even discuss.

That product line is a drop in the bucket...

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Getting rid of Ivanka Trumps line is the best thing Nordstrom ever did. And it didn't make or break them. On-line shopping did. So did the high prices. Excellent customer service and I'll be sorry to see them go. Never by anthing Trump. He just fired the head of FBI because he got a little to close to the Russian connection.. Trump is guilty and he will pay for it.

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Innovation by it's own design when coupled with ever increasing profit margins reigns it's own demise. Cultivators of appeal and perceived benifit to the mass retail markets through brick and mortar outlets have a behomth task before them. Everything has it's limits. Just a click away appears to be leading the way.

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Nordstrom has always the absolute best customer service. their return policy is unequaled. so if you're going to be childish enough to take your pennies and go home just because they dropped a certain very tired designer then that's on you. it TOTALLY amazes me that many have the audacity to call an American store unpatriotic because they refuse to sell clothes MADE IN CHINA to further stuff the an already bulging pockets of a very privileged daughter.

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I have never had anything but wonderful customer service at Nordstrom! If I can't find what I am looking for the salespeople alway do their best to find it for me. It is my go to place for high quality merchandise.

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Ivanka ! stop posting on this site !! Nordstrom is a great place to shop. Wonderful customer service. Will continue to shop here 👍👍👍

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Not good to mix politics with retail sales. Always going to alienate 50% of the shoppers. Get a grip, people. We are not oblivious, really. Haven't heard of store closings in the suburbs of Chicago...YET!

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Very Very Bad choice to mix politics with shopping .I won't spend money with sore losers, Since apparently Nordstrom does not wish to be part America being great again perhaps and hopefully they will land in the bucket of CLOSING ALL STORES OUT Of BUSINESS now that will be a great day.When neither the store nor the employees care about the customers the end result is BYE BYE NORDSTROM

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I agree worst customer service,after dropping Ivanka Trump line I will never step foot in Nordstrom again you lost a very good customer

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Nordstrom very bad people no respect for the customers bad manners expensive still no regards for the customers don't want to take return take long time to refund ivanka is elegant lady .baljit

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"I think we're all going to boycott your store for coming after Ivanka Trump too bad sore losers get over yourself."

"You have lost my business, my husband's business and the business of my two adult daughters. Why did you order Ivanka's spring line if it wasn't selling? Bad decision that will forever affect your image."

"I will never shop at your stores again. You have lost a lot of good customers."

Do these people really think that they are talking to anyone at Nordstroms when they comment here?

"Why did you order Ivanka's spring line if it wasn't selling?"

I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and assume the "it" you are talking about is her overall brand, because if you really were asking why they bought something in December if it was selling bad in May, I'm at a loss for words.

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Buying for years at Nordstrom, have decided we will no longer support NORDSTROM STORES because of their politics. Local NORSTROM way down on inventory from past offerings. When we decided to boycott Target then Macy's, they didn't feel it at first, either. I predict Nordstrom and Starbucks will go the way of "SEARS where America shops" in two years

Just bought our new clothes at WYNN because they threw out "Tom Ford" garbage. Very pleased with our new wardrobe. Gave NORSTROM CLOTHING to Goodwill. Frumpy dumpy and for real old people, like Peter NORSTROM.

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To all you deplorables posting this site isn't an anti Nordstrom site you idiots.

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I think we're all going to boycott your store for coming after Ivanka Trump too bad sore losers get over yourself.

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You have lost my business, my husband's business and the business of my two adult daughters. Why did you order Ivanka's spring line if it wasn't selling? Bad decision that will forever affect your image.

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I will never shop at your stores again. You have lost a lot of good customers.

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the only store closed in 2016 was Horton . Nordstrom had other ful line in San Diego. meanwhile macys and saks closed stores. Neiman Marcus should be doing closing of stores in 2017 . they are 4.9 bilion in debt on 4. 8 billion in sales. whoops

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They are closing in San Diego (Horton). 8-26-16 last day open.

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Spokane Did cut a lot of their staff

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I think that we are doing pretty well, better than most competitors, disregard the lists below - it's just listing the stores that we operate

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Just the list of stores, NOT THE LIST OF STORES THAT MIGHT BE CLOSING

Alabama

Birmingham

Alaska

Anchorage

Arizona

Chandler

Phoenix

Scottsdale

Arizona, Arizona

Scottsdale, Arizona

California

Arcadia

Burbank

Canoga Park

Canoga Park, California

Cerritos

Colma

Corte Madera

Costa Mesa

Culver City

Dublin

East Palo Alto

Emeryville

Escondido

Glendale

Irvine

Los Angeles

Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo, California

Montclair

Newark

Newport Beach

Palm Desert

Palo Alto

Pleasant Hill

Pleasanton

Redondo Beach

Riverside

Sacramento

San Bernardino

San Diego

San Francisco

San Jose

San Mateo

Santa Ana

Santa Barbara

Santa Monica

Thousand Oaks

Walnut Creek

California, California

Arcadia, California

Burbank, California

Costa Mesa, California

Huntington Beach, California

Laguna Hills, California

Laguna Niguel, California

National City, California

Pasadena, California

Redondo Beach, California

Sacramento, California

San Diego

San Francisco

Thousand Oaks, California

Colorado

Boulder

Broomfield

Centennial

Denver

Denver, Colorado

Englewood

Littleton

Colorado, Colorado

Littleton, Colorado

Connecticut

Farmington

Farmington, Massachusetts

Delaware

Newark

District Of Columbia

Washington, District Of Columbia

Florida

Aventura

Boca Raton

Coral Gables

Gainesville

Jacksonville

Miami

Miami, Florida

Naples

Palm Beach Gardens

Tampa

Wellington

Georgia

Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia

Buford, Georgia

Georgia, Georgia

Atlanta

Hawaii

Honolulu

Idaho

Boise

Illinois

Chicago

Oak Brook

Schaumburg

Skokie

Illinois, Illinois

Chicago

Naperville, Illinois

Oak Brook, Illinois

Indiana

Indianapolis

Iowa

Cedar Rapids

Dubuque

West Des Moines

Kansas

Lenexa

Overland Park

Kentucky

Louisville

Louisiana

Baton Rouge

Maryland

Annapolis

Bethesda

Columbia

Towson

Maryland, Maryland

Towson, Maryland

Massachusetts

Boston

Braintree

Burlington

Framingham

Natick

Peabody

Westwood

Michigan

Ann Arbor

Clinton Township

Lake Orion

Novi

Troy

Michigan, Michigan

Novi, Michigan

Minnesota

Bloomington

Minnetonka

Minnesota, Minnesota

Maple Grove, Minnesota

Missouri

Des Peres

Saint Louis

Saint Louis, Missouri

Missouri, Missouri

Saint Louis

Nevada

Las Vegas

New Jersey

Eatontown

Edison

Freehold

Lawrenceville

Paramus

Rockaway

Short Hills

New Jersey, New Jersey

Cherry Hill, Pennsylvania

New Jersey, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, New Jersey

New York

Albany

Garden City

Huntington Station

New York

Syracuse

White Plains

New York, New York

Brooklyn, New York

North Carolina

Charlotte

Durham

Ohio

Beachwood

Beavercreek

Cincinnati

Columbus

Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma, Oklahoma

Tulsa

Oregon

Portland

Salem

Tigard

Oregon, Oregon

Clackamas, Oregon

Tigard, Oregon

Pennsylvania

King Of Prussia

Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania

King Of Prussia, New Jersey

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania

Puerto Rico

San Juan

Rhode Island

Providence

Providence, Massachusetts

South Carolina

Mt. Pleasant

Tennessee

Brentwood

Nashville

Texas

Austin

Austin, Texas

Dallas

Frisco

Houston

Hurst

San Antonio

Sugar Land

The Woodlands

Texas, Texas

Arlington, Texas

Austin

Dallas, Texas

Houston

San Antonio

The Woodlands, Texas

Utah

Farmington

Murray

Orem

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah, Utah

Salt Lake City, Utah

Sandy, Utah

Virginia

Arlington

Dulles

Fairfax

Mclean

Norfolk

Richmond

Sterling

Virginia Beach

Virginia, Maryland

Bethesda, Virginia

Virginia, Virginia

Springfield, Virginia

Washington

Bellevue

Lynnwood

Seattle

Seattle, Washington

Spokane

Tacoma

Tukwila

Washington, Washington

Seattle

Tacoma, Washington

Wisconsin

Wauwatosa

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Arizona:

Chandler

Phoenix

Scottsdale

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California - potential targets for layoffs

Arcadia

Burbank

Canoga Park

Cerritos

Colma

Corte Madera

Costa Mesa

Culver City

Dublin

East Palo Alto

Emeryville

Escondido

Glendale

Irvine

Los Angeles

Mission Viejo

Mission Viejo, California

Montclair

Newark

Newport Beach

Palm Desert

Palo Alto

Pleasant Hill

Pleasanton

Redondo Beach

Riverside

Sacramento

San Bernardino

San Diego

San Francisco

San Jose

San Mateo

Santa Ana

Santa Barbara

Santa Monica

Thousand Oaks

Walnut Creek

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