Thursday, December 1, 2022

R. Bryant, Ltd. Plans to Close in Merchants Square

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WILLIAMSBURG-After nearly 40 years in business, R. Bryant, Ltd., a traditional men’s clothing store downtown in Merchants Square, is closing its doors following the announcement that owner Rusty Bryant is retiring.

R. Bryant. Ltd., has been a part of Merchants Square since 1981. The store carried a variety of both domestic and foreign clothing lines for men and sold outerwear, sporting wear, sports coats, and accessories.

Bryant posted a message on his store’s website thanking everyone for their patronage. A liquidation sale on merchandise has begun. R. Bryant, Ltd. will close on May 15.

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