After several weeks of being closed, the new Burlington store along Leesburg Pike is preparing to reopen.
A sign on the door says that the store is reopening on Friday (Nov. 15).
“Our team is working hard to present the best shopping experience for our customers,” the sign says. “Thank you for your patience.”
The store opened at 8355 Leesburg Pike in September and then closed after smoke entered the store from a trash compactor fire on Oct. 4.
Jay Westcott contributed to this story.
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