OSH Shutting Its Doors in Burbank

By On August 16, 2013

After being in Burbank for many years, Orchard Supply Hardware (OSH) will be closing its Burbank location.

Signs inside OSH encourage final sales (Photo By Craig Sherwood)

Signs inside OSH encourage final sales (Photo By Craig Sherwood)

There are already going out of business signs and discounts all over the store as merchandise is thinned out prior to the store’s closing.

An employee stated that she was sad to see the store go and that it is so hard to find a new full time job.  She would like to stay with the chain but has not been offered any opportunities yet.

According to employees, the store will now try and sell as much of the merchandise as possible and will then shut down the store permanently in about 8 to 10 weeks.  Any other merchandise that is left will be transferred to other locations.

It will leave the closest location to Burbank in either La Crescenta or Van Nuys. OSH filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy recently with most of its holding and assists being sold to Lowe’s.

 

This is the announcement that was sent to Burbank customers

This is the announcement that was sent to Burbank customers

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