Parisian POS Data, EDI 852
Parisian stores were founded in 1877 in Birmingham, Alabama and became a regional chain throughout much of the Southeastern United States by the 1980's. The chain was purchased by Saks Incorporated in 1998. In 2006, the chain was purchased by Belk for $285 million and five of the stores were immediately sold to The Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. Belk rebranded its stores to Belk's. Bon-Ton Stores, Inc did not acquire the corporation side of Parisian and is not allowed to open any new stores or convert other stores to the Parisian nameplate. Of the five stores purchased by Bon-Ton, the Beavercreek, OH store was converted to Elder-Beerman and the Indianapolis, IN store was converted to Carson Pirie Scott. Only the three stores remaining in the Detroit, MI area retained the Parisian name and continue to operate as such today. The Rochester Hills, MI store location serves as the corporate headquarters for the Parisian division, and all three are serviced by Bon-Ton's distribution center in Fairborn, OH.
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