Papyrus to Close Store at Tysons Corner Center

Stationery company Papyrus is reportedly closing all of its stores nationwide — including the one at Tysons Corner Center.

An employee at the Tysons store told Tysons Reporter yesterday (Monday) that a closing date has not been determined yet. The current plan is to keep the store open until all of the inventory is sold, the employee said.

Shoppers can find the store on the second level near The Plaza entrance.

Retail Dive reported that the closures come on the heels of liquidation sales that are underway.

Photo via Papyrus/Facebook

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