ST. GEORGE — Polo Ralph Lauren will be closing its doors on Mar. 25 before the lease on their building is up on Mar. 31. The store is closing after members of corporate found the Outlets at Zion to not have enough high-end stores anymore; and they decided to close, said Polo employee Dianne Demke.
The store is currently offering an additional 50 percent off products currently in the store. After closing on Mar. 25, employees will ship remaining items to other stores.
Employees were told over Christmas that the store will be closing and many are looking for jobs or have found new positions.
Forever 21 and American Eagle outlet have been to the store to look at the building for potential leasing.
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