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The Department Store Chain of Peebles

Since 2003, the department store chain Peebles has remained under the ownership of Stage Stores. Stage Stores has at one time or another worked with brand name apparel, accessories, cosmetics, footwear, and housewares, all of which are sold in its stores located in various parts of the United States. In regards to Peebles, the majority of the stores it operates are found within the upper-midwestern and eastern areas of the country. Alabama, New York, North Carolina, Massachusetts, New York, and Illinois are a few of the states where you’re likely to find a Peebles store open for business. After undergoing… Read More

The Rise of Saks Fifth Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue is named after Andrew Saks, a businessman who founded the company in 1898. During its early days, it was going by the name of Saks & Company after being incorporated in New York in the early 1900s. After Andrew Saks passed away, Saks & Co. eventually ended up merging with an American department store called Gimbel Brothers, Inc. The store was owned by a man named Bernard Gimbel who was related to Horace Saks. Collectively, Gimbel and Saks were responsible for launching what we now know today as New York City’s Saks Fifth Avenue, on September 15,… Read More