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New Jersey-based Annie Sez going out of business

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New Jersey-based clothing store Annie Sez is going out of business.

The store's Canadian parent company is converting most stores to its sister chain, Mandee, and closing some stores.

Mandee is a budget brand targeting people aged 18 to 25.

Final going-out-of-business sales are happening at locations in Clifton, Paramus, and all other remaining locations.

The store in Clifton is expected to close at the end of this month.

The conversion of all the stores is expected to completed by the end of the year.

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