September will see the closing of the Disney store at Fashion Fair. The store was remodeled by the company in 2015.
The Disney store at Fresno’s Fashion Fair mall is closing
According to the store’s website, the store will close on or before September 15.
It’s one of 60 stores closing nationwide.
The store opened in Fresno, California in 1994. It was remodeled in 2015. “pixie dust trail”A screen of 90 inches playing music videos and movie trailers, and a screen that plays them on. The store sold everything, from Disney movie DVDs to Baby Yoda dolls and Elsa. “Frozen”Costumes and Marvel merchandise
The Disney store in Modesto’s Vintage Faire Mall is also closing.
It’s the second round of closures this year, with the company announcing 38 store closures in March.
There will be 40 stores across the country that will remain open after the closures, but none in the central San Joaquin Valley.
But there’s a chance we may not have seen the end of a Disney store presence in the Fresno area.
Target announced that it would expand its store within-a-store Disney shops to 160 Target locations nationwide by the end 2012, the same day as Disney announced the closures.
It now offers Disney sections in 53 stores.
Target did no release a list with which stores would be eligible for the Disney store and did nothing to return messages seeking comment. A manager at the local Disney store declined to comment.
Target plans to have the Disney shops open in time for the holiday season, selling Star Wars and Raya merchandise.
As people shop online, Disney is closing down stores, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bethany Clough is a reporter for The Fresno Bee who covers retail and restaurants. A reporter for 20 years, she now works to answer readers’ questions about business openings, closings and other business news. She holds a journalism degree from Syracuse University. Her last name is Cluff.