Ann's Hallmark Store in Round Lake Beach is closing Feb. 15
Ann's Hallmark store at 274 E. Rollins Road in Round Lake Beach will be closing for business on Feb. 15, as the owner is retiring.
Ann's Hallmark opened in Round Lake Beach at the Mallard Creek Shopping Center in 1989.
In 2008, the Mallard Creek Shopping Center was in the process of shutting down for the arrival of Meijer's.
Ann's Hallmark relocated to the Kohl's shopping center just a couple of blocks away, where the landlord built a new edition to the shopping center to accommodate Ann's Hallmark.
Prices of all merchandise and fixtures are dramatically reduced.
Wall and aisle shelving fixtures are free to take. Includes wall mounting bracket and base.
All Valentine, birthday and special occasion cards are 30% off, plus "Buy 5, Get 1 Free."
Easter and Mother's Day cards are 50% off.
Father's Day, Graduation, Confirmation, Communion, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas cards are reduced to 99 cents; each, plus "Buy 5 Get 1 Free."
This Ann's Hallmark closing will conclude 41 years of serving North Lake County with stores in Zion (1981), Waukegan (1984), Round Lake Beach (1989) and Mundelein (1997).