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What is the official announcement?
Disney has officially announced that it will close its stores by the end of 2018.
In the past, the store had been open for just over a year, but Disney’s plan to shutter the stores at the end, as many other retailers have done, means that the store will be shuttering for good in 2019.
The store’s owners have announced plans to reopen it as a Disney store.
The Disney Store was created in 1955 and the Disney Brand stores are all owned by Disney.
They were originally a subsidiary of Sears, and they’re part of the Walt Disney Company.
They are now part of Disney Consumer Products, a division of Disney that includes stores for Disney movies, theme parks, theme brands, retail products, and merchandise, including Disney Infinity.
Disney has also partnered with other companies to offer new Disney products.
Disney is making a significant investment in the retail stores, but it’s not a new investment.
The stores are now owned by Walt Disney Family Entertainment, which owns the brands.
A portion of the funds from those stores is being used to create a new retail brand, and it is being designed to compete with the Walmart brand.
The announcement came as part of a letter Disney sent to retail outlets last week.
It announced that Disney will be expanding its retail footprint in 2019 to include a number of Disney-branded stores, including a new brand, a Disney Store in Los Angeles, a new flagship store, and an expansion of its existing store in Orlando, Florida.
In the letter, Disney said that in addition to the existing stores, it will open a new location in Orlando.
The expansion will be in the form of a new store in downtown Orlando called the Disney Signature, which will also be located at the Disney Center mall.
That new store will include an expanded selection of Disney merchandise, and will be open from May 24 through August 1.
In an interview with CNBC, Michael Gartner, Disney’s senior vice president of corporate communications, said that the expansion of the stores will begin in 2019 and the new stores will be opened in Orlando and other markets in 2019, but he couldn’t say when.
Gartner said that Walt Disney World will open the new Disney Signature store in 2019 for a limited time, and the company is in discussions with other retailers about possible expansions in 2020 and beyond.
“The stores will remain open throughout the year, and this is a big part of what we’re trying to do,” Gartners said.
“We’re going to be expanding our offerings to serve the customers that want to visit Disney’s stores, and then we’ll start exploring how we can expand our footprint around the world.”
Disney also announced in the letter that it would also be closing its stores in Chicago and Los Angeles in 2019 if its store strategy doesn’t work out.
The Walt Disney Stores have been in operation since 1955.
They have grown into a massive department store chain, with more than 40 million square feet of merchandise and more than $400 billion in merchandise sold annually.