A Haggen store in Spanaway held a store closing sale in August 2015. The Bellingham-based grocer will begin store closing sales this month for four of its non-core stores, two of which are in Washington
A Haggen store in Spanaway held a store closing sale in August 2015. The Bellingham-based grocer will begin store closing sales this month for four of its non-core stores, two of which are in Washington David Montesino The News Tribune
A Haggen store in Spanaway held a store closing sale in August 2015. The Bellingham-based grocer will begin store closing sales this month for four of its non-core stores, two of which are in Washington David Montesino The News Tribune

Haggen cutting 200 jobs with latest store closures in state

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