Rotmans Furniture In Worcester Closing After More Than 60 Years In Business

Sales, closing down

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WORCESTER (WBZNewsRadio) - After more than 6 decades as a fixture In Worcester, the iconic Rotmans furniture store is closing it's doors for good. The store will be closed Wednesday Oct. 12th and Thursday Oct. 13th in preparation of a liquidation sale at the "largest furniture and flooring store in New England" which begins Friday.

President and CEO Steve Rotman is retiring at 83 years old.

"We've had the honor of serving countless families in this region for over 60 years, and I'm proud of earning their loyalty based on providing the best products, service and value overall, which continues until the last piece of merchandise leaves our store," Rotman said in a statement.

Rotman had tried to find a buyer but there was not a good fit and none of the children were interested in taking over the family business.

WBZ's John Baibak reports

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