Furniture has been a bad business to be in for awhile now, and it just got worse:
Linder's Furniture is gearing up to close its stores across California, including its Superstore in Cathedral City.Sadly, though I am not familiar with the chain, it appears as though this company may have had at least some redeeming qualities:
The Southern California home furnishings, mattress and consumer electronics chain opened the Cathedral City store in April 2010. At the time, company president Eric Foucrier said he wanted to open the job process up to local residents who had been hit hard by the recession and lost their jobs.That sucks. So how bad is the overall damage?
Linder's was launched in 1980 and has locations in Cathedral City, Murrieta, Rancho Cucamonga, Westminster, Torrance, Fullerton, Laguna Hills and Cerritos.The monthly jobs report released yesterday by the
Linder's also is the parent company of Legacy Designer Showcase in Palm Desert. That store is gearing up to close as well, employees said.