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Burlington To Open New Store In Newport News

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NEWPORT NEWS—The former Toys R Us store near Target in Yoder Plaza Shopping Center on Jefferson Avenue will soon be the new home of Burlington.

Burlington, also known as Burlington Coat Factory, is an American national off-price department store retailer, and a division of Burlington Coat Factory Warehouse Corporation, which has 740 stores in 40 states and Puerto Rico. Its corporate headquarters is located in Burlington Township, NJ.

The new store, located at 12132 Jefferson Avenue, will open on October 1. For additional information, including hiring opportunities, visit https://www.burlington.com/.

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