BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — In a national story that impacts three major retailers in and around Boca Raton, the company that provides photo portrait studios in Sears, WalMart and Babies 'R Us is out of business.
The company, CPI Corp., officially shut its doors this morning, issuing the following statement on its website:
After many years of providing family portrait photography, we are sad to announce that all of our U.S. portrait studios are now closed. We appreciate your patronage and allowing us to capture your precious memories.
We are attempting to fulfill as many customer orders as possible. If you’ve had a recent session, your portraits may be available at your Sears, PictureMe or Kiddie Kandids portrait studio. For assistance, please contact the customer service department at your local store.
BocaNewsNow.com Consumer Advice: If you have paid for portraits at Boca-area Sears, WalMart or Babies 'R Us locations, first check with the store itself to determine if you have been issued a refund, or if your photos are being held in the store. If you receive any resistance, call your credit card company and dispute the charge.
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