The owner of a Georgia furniture chain says she will not sell to a Walmart store that has already closed down because of poor customer service.
The Georgia Supreme Court ordered the Georgia Furniture Mart chain to stop selling furniture after it closed its doors because of low returns on sales.
A Georgia woman named Amy Brown said she was disappointed to learn that Walmart had closed the store.
The store’s owners say they will reopen the store as soon as they can.
Brown said her store is a family business.
The chain opened in 2008.
The store had been open for more than 10 years, but its sales were low, and there were no customers, according to a statement from the Georgia Attorney General’s Office.
The statement said that a new store was planned in June 2018.
The chain’s owners said that they wanted to reopen the doors for business and were working to find a new buyer.
The company closed last week after losing $1.5 million in business, the company said in a statement.
The new owners did not say how they will fix the store’s problems.
Walmart declined to comment.