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Goody's Clothing to dispose 69 retail stores across Southeast
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Jun '08
Goody's Family Clothing Inc (Goody's), which recently filed for Chapter 11 to restructure its operations, has selected DJM Realty, the leading national retail real estate disposition and restructuring firm, to exclusively manage the disposition project of 69 retail store leases located primarily throughout the Southeast.

During this process, Goody's, a retailer of moderately priced family apparel, will continue to remain fully operational and open for business as usual.

"These 69 Goody's stores that DJM Realty will be marketing range from 20,574 - 52,632 square feet. We are pleased to offer these prime real estate locations to retailers; The Goody's portfolio offers a unique mix of mid and big box stores located in freestanding locations and strip centers with strong retail co-tenants," said Emilio Amendola, Co-President of DJM Realty.

The Goody's store leases are available in the following locations:
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

Goody's Family Clothing Inc, has identified the need to close these 69 underperforming stores to significantly reduce expenses and create a more appropriate capital structure so that Goody's is better positioned for the future.

These 69 locations are currently liquidating its inventory through their stores until store closures are complete. The engagement of DJM Realty, which is subject to bankruptcy court approval, anticipates a bid due date by July 30, 2008.

DJM Realty has worked with over 220 companies to dispose of their excess or underperforming real estate. DJM Realty is a leader in finding innovative ways to consolidate and reconfigure real estate to achieve the highest possible value.

Goody's Family Clothing Inc

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