Post by fancollector12 on Oct 13, 2010 16:35:05 GMT -5
1 Ame's: Now a large-scale furniture store 1 Independently-Owned Ace Hardware (had a couple of AB spinners): Now a chain 24-Hour ER Center, No fans installed 1 Western Auto (had a couple of AB 42" 4B GEVs): Was a performance tuning center, now abandoned, White HB Quick Connects installed 1 Hechinger's: Now Kohl's (of course no fans) (Sells Vornado) 1 Sears Hardware Center: Now Bed, Bath,and Beyond (PF's on display during Summer, no CF's) (Had a HUGE CF display) 1 Circuit City: Now HH Greg's (never had any fans when Circuit City) 1 Carvel's Icecream: (Had White 52" Emerson Northwinds) Was another icecream shoppe, now a Beauty Supply Shoppe (no fans installed) 1 Furniture Store: Now Office Depot (never had any fans)
Post by fancollector12 on Oct 13, 2010 16:37:23 GMT -5
Oh yeah I forgot my K-Mart was turned into a flea market, had 42" White Originals in the cafe on long down rods in a grid ceiling, first was closed off, fans remained, now opened back up with a drop ceiling and fans removed (there is a small burger place there).
Post by fancollector12 on Oct 13, 2010 16:49:21 GMT -5
Ame's sold cheap brands, Ace sold Westinghouse and Hunter probably, Western Auto sold nothing, Hechinger's sold Hunter, Encon, the typical selection. Sear's sold Sear's, DC, and Hunter, Circuit City sold nothing, Carvel's of course sold nothing, the furniture store sold nothing, and K-Mart sold Heritage crap and at one time Hunter.
hhgregg is not Circuit City. Circuit City's label reopened online. As hhgregg started expanding most of the locations they got are former Circuit City locations (not the same company or renamed or anything)
Alot of circuit city stores are becomming seasonal halloween stores, or Big Lots, and that old phar mor here in fl was demolished and a walgreens there now. theres also a former ames near me that is now a Big Lots.