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Stage Stores issues update on stores reopening after Hurricane Rita

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Oct '05
Branded fashion products seller Stage Stores Inc provided an update on the number of stores still closed as a result of Hurricane Rita.

The Company reported that, all but fourteen of its affected stores had reopened for business. Of the stores that are still closed, the Company anticipates that nine will reopen in the near future as power is restored in their respective areas. The Company stated that the remaining five closed stores will require further assessment to determine their reopening timing and status. The Company noted that its next Hurricane Rita update would be provided next Thursday in conjunction with the release of its September sales results.

Stage Stores Inc brings nationally recognized brand name apparel, accessories, cosmetics and footwear for the entire family to small and mid-size towns and communities through 543 stores located in 30 states. The Company operates under the Stage, Bealls and Palais Royal names throughout the South Central states, and under the Peebles name throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Southeastern and Midwestern states.

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