Old Time Pottery closes the book on Ch. 11

Retail Editor 8, August 23, 2010

Murfreesboro, Tenn. - Old Time Pottery emerged from Chapter 11 reorganization as its case was officially closed by the U.s. Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District on Tennessee on Aug. 19.

The 30-unit home décor store also sells linens, lighting, housewares, floral and seasonal.
"We entered into Chapter 11 on August 21, 2009, and with the hard work of our corporate staff, the support of our vendors and the loyalty of our customers, we have been able to work our way through this process successfully," said cfo Robert Sharp.

The chain, which operates in 10 states in the south and midwest, was founded 25 years ago with a single store in Murfreesboro.

"We have a solid business and a respected reputation in the retail industry, that, along with a very loyal customer base, played a huge roll in our emergence from Chapter 11," said Scott Peterson, president and ceo.

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