Is Younkers returning to Wisconsin?

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Some Younkers stores in Wisconsin may come back again.

Younkers parent company, Bon-Ton Stores, has signed a deal with tech company CSC Generation.

CSC now discussing with landlords of possibly re-opening stores in Wisconsin, Illinois, Colorado and Pennsylvania, but the deal still needs final approval from bankruptcy court.

Bon-Ton Stores filed bankruptcy in February. A dozen Younkers stores in Wisconsin closed, including the one in Eau Claire/ More than 2,200 employees lost their jobs.

Once the deal is finalized, CSC plans to grow Bon-Ton Stores’ digital presence. CSC Generation’s website claims they are ‘saving companies from Amazon.’

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