It's one of the biggest and most well-known retailers in all of America, and there are currently 37 stores located across Texas. I mean, they even have their own parade every Thanksgiving. I don't think I need to tell you who I'm talking about at this point.

For the longest time, Macy's has been a place where we've all shopped for a variety of different things. They cover clothes, home goods, and even furniture to a certain extent. It's one stop shopping at it's finest.

With the economy being in the state it's in, we've seen a lot of different big chains start closing stores around the country to try and soften the blow, and they always look for those stores that are underperforming.

Sadly, Macy's has found themselves in the same situation and is having to shut down some stores to stay alive. However, they aren't just picking a few to shut down. Macy's announced that they are closing 150 of its locations around the country, which is roughly 30% of their stores.

With 37 different locations in Texas, you'd think that at least several of them here would be closing with that many locations in general being shut down.

Good news for Texans, as somehow through it all, every single location in Texas is scheduled to remain open, at least for the time being. In fact, Macy's Inc. says they are planning to expand their overall brand in the state.

By 2026, Macy's announced plans to open up 15 more Bloomingdale's locations as well as 30 Bluemercury locations in the state.

It appears a lot of the locations closing are going to be more on the east coast where they're based. So Macy's lovers in Texas? Rejoice, because you're keeping your spot...and getting even more places to shop.

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