I have worked for companies that have had to close their doors in the past. In retail, you sell off everything that you can and then you donate the rest. It just makes sense. In this economy, particularly now with so many people in need of just about everything, how can a company explain such blatant disregard of merchandise?
Have you seen this? A bridal shop in Minnesota closed/went out of business and destroyed all of these gowns! You cannot tell me that they couldn't sell these at drastically reduced prices to regain some of their costs or donate them to military future-brides or something! I think it's a disgrace.
Now before someone starts yelling, I get it; it is their merchandise to do with as they please but when so many people are struggling, was this truly the best option for anyone? Were they so bitter about closing that this was their way of flipping people off?
Bad business. Maybe THAT'S why they closed their doors...sucky attitudes.