Whirlpool to close its Denver-area store and shutter more locations
Whirlwater is closing its Denver store and closing a dozen more locations, the company said Monday.
The company said it will begin closing its stores at stores that have been in operation for two years or more and will shutter some stores, including those in Denver and Portland.
WhirlPool said it was closing its Colorado store in late May.
The Denver store has been in business since 2003.
The Portland store is in its last season and will close on March 31, according to the company.
Whampole is closing two locations in Denver, including a restaurant and grocery store.
The store was open since 2014.
The Whampopper franchise in Denver closed in December.
It closed in 2017 after nearly a decade in business, according and has been a source of controversy for its high prices and high prices on the gas that Whampozers customers pay.
Whammoop is closing all of its locations in Colorado, Indiana and Indiana, Oklahoma, North Carolina and Texas.
The franchise is based in Portland, Oregon.
The restaurants and grocery stores will be demolished, and the Whampoapper restaurant will be sold to a local family-owned business.
The brand was founded in 1984.