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Wolf Furniture to go out of business after sale falls through

MINUTES. THE EFFORT TO KEEP WOLF FURNITURE STORES OPEN AND OPERATING HAS FALLEN THROUGH. ROBERT LEVIN, THE FORMER OWNER OF PITTSBURGH-BASED LEVIN FURNITURE, ANNOUNCED PLANS TWO WEEKS AGO TO SAVE SOME OF THE STORES OWNED BY ART VAN FURNITURE, INCLUDING WOLF’S. BUT TODAY LEVIN ANNOUNCED ART VAN WAS NOT WILLING TO HONOR THEIR SALES AGREEMENT, AND ALL STORES WERE CLOSED. LEVIN SAYS HE’S NOT GIVING UP ON BUYING THE STORES, AND IS ALSO SETTING A 2 MILLION DOLLAR SUPPORT FUND FOR THE 1500 EMPLOYEES NOW OUT OF

Wolf Furniture to go out of business after sale falls through

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An effort to keep Wolf Furniture stores open has fallen through.Robert Levin, the former owner of Pittsburgh-based Levin Furniture, announced plans to save some of the stores owned by Art Van Furniture, including Wolf, after Art Van said earlier this month it was beginning liquidation.Levin said Friday that Art Van Furniture wasn’t willing to honor the sales agreement and all stores were closed.According to Levin, Art Van reported vast reductions in business due to the coronavirus outbreak and mandatory store closures as rationale for its decision.Levin said he’s not giving up on buying the stores and plans to set up a $2 million support fund for the employees now out of work.The six Wolf Furniture locations in the Susquehanna Valley are:ChambersburgHanoverHarrisburgLancasterMechanicsburgYork

An effort to keep Wolf Furniture stores open has fallen through.

Robert Levin, the former owner of Pittsburgh-based Levin Furniture, announced plans to save some of the stores owned by Art Van Furniture, including Wolf, after Art Van said earlier this month it was beginning liquidation.

Levin said Friday that Art Van Furniture wasn’t willing to honor the sales agreement and all stores were closed.

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According to Levin, Art Van reported vast reductions in business due to the coronavirus outbreak and mandatory store closures as rationale for its decision.

Levin said he’s not giving up on buying the stores and plans to set up a $2 million support fund for the employees now out of work.

The six Wolf Furniture locations in the Susquehanna Valley are:

  • Chambersburg
  • Hanover
  • Harrisburg
  • Lancaster
  • Mechanicsburg
  • York

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