Strand is a long-running chain of independent bookstores, and its owner has been in business since 1985.
It closed last year, but its owner, the Christian Brothers bookstore, was able to stay open for the foreseeable future, despite a massive loss of business.
The owners claim that it’s been difficult to find space for the bookshop on the premises, and they were unable to find enough staff to fill its vacancies.
This is the first article we have published about the closure of the Strand chain, which has been the subject of much speculation for the last several years.
This has been a complicated issue for the owners, who have tried to explain their business decision to local media.
They have repeatedly stressed that they have no intention of closing the bookstore, and the chain has continued to operate.
The Christian Brothers store was originally located in the same building as the Strands, but it was converted to a family-owned business in 2012, according to a statement by the store’s owners.
The chain started in 1979, and has been run by the Christian brothers since 1982.
The brothers had also operated a small bookstore in the area, and it was reported that they did not have the money to reopen it.
According to the statement, the brothers are currently seeking legal advice on their business model.
The bookstore’s owner has previously told local media that he was unable to secure a loan to help finance the business, which would have helped him pay the bills, but he was also able to secure an extension from the city.
A source at the Christian Stores said that the business is closing “due to financial and legal issues”, but he declined to provide further details.
In February, Strand announced that the company would close its doors.
According a statement, its current management is currently seeking “to develop a strategy for the future”.
The chain had planned to open new stores in the next few years, but those plans have been delayed due to financial difficulties.
The store had planned on opening new locations, but had been pushed back from the plan due to a lack of space.
“We are closing the doors of our store, in accordance with our management’s plans, because we can no longer afford to continue to operate the Stranders,” the statement read.
A spokesman for Strand told The Independent that the owners were “not prepared to go into further details” about the company’s future, and that it would “make no further comment at this stage”.