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Pier 1 Imports
Pier 1 Imports, Inc.
TypePublic
NYSE: PIR (1970-2020)
IndustryE-commerce, retail
Founded1962; 59 years ago (1962) (as Cost Plus Imports)
San Mateo, California, U.S.
DefunctOctober 31, 2020; 10 months ago (2020-10-31) (as a physical store)
FateChapter 11 bankruptcy liquidation, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
SuccessorRetail ECommerce Ventures (d.b.a. as Pier 1 Imports Online, Inc. )
HeadquartersFort Worth, Texas, U.S.
Number of locations
>1,000 (at peak in January 2020)
Area served
United States
Canada
Key people
Robert Riesbeck, CEO[1] Cheryl Bachelder, Interim CEO[2]
ProductsFurniture
RevenueDecrease US$1.553 billion (FY2019)
Decrease US$ -188.1 million (FY2019)
Decrease US$ -198.8 million (FY2019)
Decrease US$ 656.3 million (FY2019)
Decrease US$ 89.53 million (FY2019)
OwnerRetail ECommerce Ventures
Number of employees
18,000 (March 2019)[3]
WebsiteLast snapshot of official website before website was sold off
Pier 1 Imports, Liberty Tree Mall, Danvers, Massachusetts (2012)

Pier 1 Imports, Inc. is a Fort Worth, Texas-based online retailer specializing in imported home furnishings and decor, particularly furniture, table-top items, decorative accessories, and seasonal decor. It was publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker PIR.[4] As recently as January 2020, Pier 1 had over 1000 stores throughout the United States and Canada.[5] Pier 1 filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on February 17, 2020, and on May 19, 2020, announced it was asking the bankruptcy court to close all stores, due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In July 2020, Retail ECommerce Ventures (REV) bought the rights to Pier 1 and planned to revive the brand as an ecommerce store.[6]

At the end of October 2020, Pier 1 Imports closed its remaining stores and transferred its website to REV, which is doing business as Dallas-based Pier 1 Imports Online, Inc.

History

The first Pier 1 Imports store opened in 1962 in San Mateo, California.[7]

By 1966, the company had grown to 16 store locations, and established its corporate headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas.

Pier 1 went public on the American Stock Exchange in 1970 and later joined the New York Stock Exchange in 1972.[8] At this time, the company had grown to 123 stores, posted 100 percent sales gains for four consecutive years, and opened stores internationally in Australia and Europe. A Pier 1 store in Royal Oak, Michigan reached annual sales of $1 million in 1979. By 1985, the Pier 1 chain grew to 265 stores, with the management goal of doubling that number by 1990.

Pier 1 had a presence in the Greater Tokyo Area of Japan, from April 1996 to early 2002, and its franchised stores were operated by Akatsuki Printing Co.[9][10] There were 5 stores by early 1997,[11] 16 by fiscal 1998,[12] and 18 by fiscal 1999,[13] but that number shrunk to just 9 by early 2000.[14]

On December 29, 2006, Standard & Poor's bumped Pier 1 Imports Inc. down one spot and off the bottom of the S&P MidCap 400 Index when it added Parametric Technology Corp. (NasdaqPMTC), a software company.[15] As of December 2012, the company had sales of $418 million.[16]

In April 2008, Chesapeake Energy bought the headquarters of Pier 1 for $104 million.[17][18]

In May 2017, Alasdair James became CEO following Alex Smith's departure in December 2016.[19] In December 2018, Alasdair James was replaced by veteran CEO Cheryl Bachelder. Bachelder is served as interim CEO until the former Pier 1 CFO, Robert Riesbeck took over in November 2019.[20]

On January 6, 2020, it was announced that Pier 1 will close up to 450 stores, citing "a reduction in corporate headcount".[21][22]

On February 17, 2020, Pier 1 Imports, Inc. and seven affiliated companies filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. As part of the filing, the company is closing all their stores in Canada.[23]

On May 19, 2020, Pier 1 Imports announced that it is asking the bankruptcy court to close all stores, due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic and failing to find a buyer.[24] On May 30, it was announced that Pier 1 Imports had received court approval to liquidate all locations.[25] Pier 1 announced that they plan to close all stores by the end of October 2020.[26]

In June 2020, Retail Ecommerce Ventures (REV) acquired Pier 1 for $31 million. REV, which was founded by former Nasa scientist Alex Mehr and serial entrepreneur Tai Lopez, is a holding company that buys distressed iconic brands and revives them as e-commerce businesses. Other recent acquisitions of REV include Dressbarn and Modell's Sporting Goods.[27] REV acquired control of the Pier 1 website at the end of October 2020, just about the time the last store had closed, and moved on-line operations to Dallas.[28]

Financial data

Numbers given in millions USD.

Fiscal year Revenue Revenue change
Year over year
Gross profit Net income No. of stores
2020
(Q1-Q2)[29]
Q2
(Jun - Aug 2019)
618.9 304.5 -14.9% -14.3% 129.6 78.8 -182.2 -100.5 951 951
Q1[30]
(Mar - Jun 2019)
314.3 -15.5% 50.8 -81.7 967
2019[31] Q4
(Dec - Mar 2019)
1 552 412.5 -13.7% -19.5% 450.9 106.7 -198.8 -68.8 973 973
Q3[32]
(Sep - Dec 2018)
413.2 -11.9% 130.4 -50.4 987
Q2[33]
(Jun - Sep 2018)
355.3 -12.8% 93.5 -51.0 989
Q1[34]
(Mar - Jun 2018)
371.8 -9.2% 120.1 -28.5 997
2018[35] Q4
(Nov - Mar 2018)
1 798 512.2 -1.6% -3.1% 658.1 189.7 11.6 15.0 1003 1003
Q3[36]
(Aug - Nov 2017)
469.1 -1.4% 176.6 7.3 1011
Q2[37]
(May - Aug 2017)
407.6 0.4% 140.1 -7.8 1012
Q1[38]
(Feb - May 2017)
409.5 -2.2% 151.5 -2.9 1016
2017[39] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2017)
1 828 528.3 -3.4% -2.6% 697.3 206.9 30.1 26.6 1018 1018
Q3[40]
(Aug - Nov 2016)
475.9 -0.4% 196.3 13.5 1022
Q2[41]
(May - Aug 2016)
405.8 -6.7% 145.0 -4.0 1023
Q1[42]
(Feb - May 2016)
418.3 -4.2% 148.9 -6.0 1027
2016[43] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2016)
1 892 542.3 0.4% -1.4% 704.9 196.8 39.6 18.6 1032 1032
Q3[44]
(Aug - Nov 2015)
472.5 -2.5% 178.4 10.9 1055
Q2[45]
(May - Aug 2015)
429.9 2.7% 149.5 3.1 1053
Q1[46]
(Mar - May 2015)
432.0 3.1% 164.6 6.8 1063
2015[47] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2015)
1 884 543.6 5.3% 5.7% 768.4 214.4 75.1 33.0
Q3[48]
(Aug - Nov 2014)
484.5 4.1% 204.9 17.8
Q2[49]
(Jun - Aug 2014)
418.6 5.8% 162.6 9.1
Q1[50]
(Mar - May 2014)
419.0 6.3% 167.7 15.0
2014[51] Q4
(Dec - Mar 2014)
1 771 515.7 3.9% -4.6% 745.5 214.4 107.5 42.5
Q3[52]
(Sep - Nov 2013)
465.4 9.6% 202.2 26.7
Q2[53]
(Jun - Aug 2013)
395.6 7.6% 161.2 17.8
Q1[54]
(Mar - Jun 2013)
394.8 9.3% 167.5 20.3
2013[55] Q4
(Nov - Mar 2013)
1 704 551.6 11.2% 15.7% 743.0 254.9 129.4 61.7
Q3[56]
(Aug - Nov 2012)
424.5 10.9% 186.2 23.6
Q2[57]
(May - Aug 2012)
367.6 8.3% 151.5 26.2
Q1[58]
(Feb - May 2012)
361.1 7.9% 150.2 17.8
2012[59] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2012)
1 533 9.8% 651.1 168.9 1052 1052
Q3[60]
(Aug - Nov 2011)
382.6 8.2% 22.9 1054
Q2[61]
(May - Aug 2011)
339.5 9.6% 16.6 1044
Q1[62]
(Feb - May 2011)
334.6 9.3% 14.0 1044
2011[63] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2011)
1 396 426.5 8.2% 555.4 182.4 100.1 57.0 1046 1046
Q3[64]
(Aug - Nov 2010)
353.7 8.2% 144.0 21.0 1047
Q2[65]
(May - Aug 2010)
309.8 8.1% 114.4 14.3 1048
Q1[66]
(Feb - May 2010)
306.2 8.9% 114.3 7.6 1050
2010[67] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2010)
1 290 395.9 -2.3% 440.4 154.1 86.8 34.5 1054 1054
Q3[68]
(Aug - Nov 2009)
327.0 8.7% 119.8 38.8 1059
Q2[69]
(May - Aug 2009)
286.6 -10.5% 81.5 -15.7 1061
Q1[70]
(Mar - May 2009)
281.1 -9.3% 84.8 29.3 1073
2009[71] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2009)
1 320 -12.6% 363.5 -129.3 1092 1092
Q3[72]
(Aug - Nov 2008)
300.9 -19.6% -36.8 1118
Q2[73]
(Jun - Aug 2008)
320.4 -7.0% -30.1 1112
Q1[74]
(Mar - May 2008)
310.0 -32.8 1116
2008[75] Q4 1 511 -6.9% 439.6 -96.0 1117 1117
Q3[76]
(Sep - Dec 2007)
374.1 -7.1% -9.9 1128
Q2[77]
(Jun - Sep 2007)
344.5 -7.0% -43.4 1157
Q1[78]
(Mar - Jun 2007)
356.3 -5.2% -56.3 1184
2007[79] 1 623 474.0 -227.6
2006[80] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2006)
1 776 506.0 601.7 161.7 -39.8 -9.9 1304 1304
Q3
(Aug - Nov 2005)
456.6 167.3 -7.1
Q2
(May - Aug 2005)
423.6 135.1 -10.1
Q1
(Feb - May 2005)
390.3 137.4 -12.4
2005[80][81][a] 1 825 703.6 60.4 1258
2004[80][81][a] 1 806 760.9 118.0 1179
2003[80][81][a] 1 703 736.4 129.4 1074
2002[80][81][a] 1 505 636.9 100.2
2001[82] 1 411 594.5 94.6 899
2000[14] Q4
(Nov - Feb 2000)
1 231 8.1% 512.5 74.7 831 831
Q3[83]
(Aug - Nov 1999)
298.2 8.6% 16.1 836
Q2[84]
(May - Aug 1999)
291.7 3.7% 11.8 809
Q1[85]
(Feb - May 1999)
261.0 4.2% 12.6 801
1999[13] Q4
(Nov - Feb 1999)
1 138 500.4 80.3 805 805
Q3[86]
(Aug - Nov 1998)
274.6 5.0% 19.0 806
Q2[87]
(May - Aug 1998)
281.4 9% 17.4 773
Q1[88]
(Mar - May 1998)
250.5 9.3% 15.5 754
1998[12] Q4
(Nov - Feb 1998)
1 075 461.5 78.0 761 761
Q3[89]
(Aug - Nov 1997)
262.7 16.5% 16.7 760
Q2[90]
(Jun - Aug 1997)
258.1 11.7% 22.0 736
Q1[91]
(Mar - May 1997)
229.2 11.7% 12.6 724
1997[11] Q4
(Dec - Feb 1997)
947 384.5 44.1
Q3[92]
(Sep - Nov 1996)
225.5 18.6% 6.5
Q2[93]
(Jun - Aug 1996)
231.0 15.8% 11.4
Q1

Stores

Pier 1 Imports store in Canada (2018)

On April 17, 2019, Pier 1 announced plans to close up to 145 stores in its 2020 fiscal year ending in March. The company had already closed 30 locations in its 2019 fiscal year.[94] As of April 2019, the chain operates 973 stores[94] under the name Pier 1 Imports in the United States and Canada (with about 59 locations[95]).

On January 6, 2020, Pier 1 announced that it planned to close up to 400 locations and several distribution centers to reduce its corporate expenses. The company said it has contracted a liquidation company to close the stores.[96] In February 2020, Pier 1 updated this number, and announced it would close 450 locations in its Chapter 11 restructuring, which would include the closure of all Canadian locations.[97] The company also had a children's furniture and accessories retail concept in the United States called Pier 1 Kids which was disbanded in September 2007. It was a member of the S&P MidCap 400 list through the end of 2006, when it was bumped off the list.

Pier 1 Imports also owned a chain of home-decor retailers in the United Kingdom called "The Pier" until it was sold to Palli Limited, a subsidiary of the Iceland-based Lagerinn ehf in March 2006 for approximately $15 million.[98] This chain went into Administration in December 2008 and was finally closed in January 2009.[99]

On May 19, 2020, the company announced it was asking the bankruptcy court to cease its retail operations "as soon as reasonably possible", blaming the drastic decision on closures caused by COVID-19 and failing to find a buyer. The company stated that orders placed on its website will continue to be fulfilled, and that it plans to sell its remaining inventory, website and intellectual property.[100]

Merchandise

Inside a typical Pier 1 Imports store (2020)

Pier 1 merchandise consists of home furnishings and items including accessories such as candles, vases, and picture frames as well as full-sized upholstered furniture, hand-carved armoires, large-scale vases and eclectic wall décor. Items are imported, created in conjunction with foreign designers, or produced by Pier 1's Trend and Product Development team.[101]

Partnerships

Pier 1 became a corporate partner of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF since 1985, its longest-running corporate partnership. As of 2013, this partnership had generated more than $42 million by selling UNICEF greeting cards, cause marketing, and emergency relief for Afghanistan, Haiti, and Iraq, as well as areas affected by the Indian Ocean tsunami.[102]

Former spokespeople for the company, seen largely in broadcast commercials, include Cheers alumna Kirstie Alley and Thom Filicia of Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.[]

Trivia

Pier 1 Imports famously appeared in the 1980 hit movie The Blues Brothers. Whilst attempting to evade police prowlers, Elwood Blues calls out 'Pier 1 Imports' whilst driving through a shopping mall with his brother Jake Blues during the chase.

Gallery

See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Reevaluation of credit card receivables and subsequent recategorization as nonmonetary, thus data for years 2002-2005 changed in the filing for the fiscal year 2006.

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