EXPRESS IS CLOSING 31 STORES IN 20 STATES THIS MONTH. SEE IF YOUR LOCAL STORE IS ON THE LIST.

REUTERS/Rick Wilking Express is closing 100 stores by 2022, including 31 stores across 20 states by the end of January 2020.  Business Insider obtained the full list of Express stores closing this month, organized by state. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Express is closing 100 stores by 2022, the company announced in a statement on Wednesday. The closures include 31 stores across 20 states that will shutter by t...

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