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Anna’s Linens Gains $80 Million in Financing from Capital Firms

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BOSTON-Salus Capital Partners and Downtown Capital Partners, two providers of asset-based financing, have agreed to provide $80 million in financing to Anna’s Linens. The financing will come by way of a senior-secured credit facility, which is expected to be used by Anna’s Linens to refinance the debt it holds with its current lender and forMore »

Food for Thought

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Health has become a prime driver in purchases of food-storage products By David Gill In choosing food-storage products, consumers are voting (with their dollars) for options that are healthy, according to marketers of these products on both the vendor and retail sides. By “healthy,” the marketers mean products that use materials other than plastics, suchMore »

Anna’s Linens Offers Discount to AARP Members

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WASHINGTON-Anna’s Linens is offering members of AARP (formerly the American Association of Retired Persons) a 10 percent discount off their entire purchases, every day of the week. The retailer is offering this option through an arrangement with AARP Services, which manages provider relationships and performs quality-control oversight for a wide range of products that carryMore »

Anna’s Linens Tabs Scott Gladstone as CEO

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COSTA MESA, Calif.-Scott Gladstone, president of Anna’s Linens, has been named CEO, succeeding his father and the company’s founder, Alan Gladstone, who remains as chairman. Scott Gladstone joined Anna’s in 2005 and was named president in 2012. A company statement said the elevation of Gladstone to CEO will ensure that the retailer will remain aMore »

Anna’s Linens Debuts Luxury Lane Collection

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COSTA MESA, Calif.-Anna’s Linens has launched Luxury Lane, a high-end collection of bedding and bath products. The new collection includes comforters, blankets, sheets, quilts and towels. They will be made of fabrics such as Egyptian cotton and in neutral color palettes such as white, cream and ivory. Their retail prices will be up to 75More »