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Pfaltzgraff is still around!

normab

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I recall seeing a thread recently about the stores closing and concern about replacements.

I received a catalogue this week for Pfaltzgraff, and it has lots of old (yorktowne) and new items. There is a website www.pfaltzgraff.com if you want to look there.

I am noticing several factory stores have close as internet sales are increasing, in general. That may be one of the factors in the stores closing--rent is high and since they charge for shipping, catalog/internet sales may be quite a bit more profitable.

Norma
 

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I recall seeing a thread recently about the stores closing and concern about replacements.

I received a catalogue this week for Pfaltzgraff, and it has lots of old (yorktowne) and new items. There is a website www.pfaltzgraff.com if you want to look there.

I am noticing several factory stores have close as internet sales are increasing, in general. That may be one of the factors in the stores closing--rent is high and since they charge for shipping, catalog/internet sales may be quite a bit more profitable.

Norma

They better be around, I just purchased a turkey platter from them! :D

I think it was the factory stores that closed, and you are probably right, they are replacing stores with online sales.
 
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