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About Bon-TonBon-Ton Stores, Inc., is a company shop in the area, based in York, Pennsylvania, mainly operated 275 stores, including 11 furniture galleries, in 26 states across the north USA. Stores named place its name serving the Mid-Atlantic region and New England in the United States, extending to northern New York and throughout Pennsylvania. Bon-Ton other chains including Bergner's, Boston Store, Carson, Elder-Beerman, Herberger and Younkers. There are three company office locations: York, Pennsylvania, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Dayton. Competitors Bon-Ton's large include Belk, Macy's, Dillard, and Kohl.
Bon-Ton was started in 1898, when Max Grumbacher and his father, Samuel, opened S. Grumbacher & Son, a one-room millinery and dry goods store on Market Street in York, Pennsylvania. The name of the shop was drawn from a British term connoting the "elite" or "high society."
When automobiles replaced horses and the country becomes industrialized, through World War I and the Roaring Twenties, the Grumbachers continue to meet customer demand. The shop becomes larger and, in 1929, the company was established as S. Grumbacher & Son, Inc. In 1931, the son of Max, Max Samuel (MS), joined the company. When Max elderly died in 1933, his widow, Daisy, and their two sons, MS and Richard, continuing business, formed a partnership in 1936.
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After World War II, Grumbacher family decided to expand operations. In 1946, Bon-Ton is a second opened in Hanover, Pennsylvania. Two years later, the company moved outside Pennsylvania, buy Eyerly in Hagerstown, Maryland, and, in 1957, bought McMeen in Lewistown. The move started setting development policy into the neighborhood by opening new stores and acquiring existing businesses Bon-Ton.
During the next three decades, Bon-Ton stores continue to expand. In 1961, the son of MS, M. Thomas "Tim," entered the business, representing the fourth generation of Grumbachers. In the 1960s, the company opened stores Bon-Ton Eyerly and new in some communities in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. They also began a series of rebates, Mailman, and in 1969, retired McMeen name. In the 1970s, when the popularity of the shopping center began to develop, Bon-Ton has opened 11 new stores in Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
The 1980s formed a rapid consolidation phase in the supermarket industry as large chain retailers buy their competitors. Bon-Ton Stores Starting decade by opening more stores, established a new division, Maxwell, and acquisition of Fowler's department store in New York. When Tim Grumbacher was made CEO in 1985, operates 18 stores in four states. Two years later, the company made a major move, buy 11 stores from Allied Botanical Pomeroy. Buying and selling that makes it possible for companies to move into seven new markets in Pennsylvania. In 1991, Bon-Ton bought J.W. Rhodes in Ithaca, NY. Bon-Ton entered the market in Lancaster, PA in 1992 with the acquisition of Watt & Shand two locations in downtown Lancaster and Park City Center. The company continues to expand its presence in New York in 1993 with one store in the Wilton Mall at Saratoga Springs in Addis & Dey veterans of space.
In July 1994, Bon-Ton buy Chain Adam, Meldrum and Anderson 127 year old company based in Buffalo, New York, for $ 42.6 million. At the same time, The Bon-Ton also buy Chappell of Syracuse and Hess's Allentown, Pennsylvania. Bon-Ton is retained and initial operation Hess leading position until 1996, when it closed after almost 100 years of continuous operation. The final site was demolished. Store your current Allentown, Allentown male former location of Hess, is an anchor of the South Mall. In 1995, Bon-Ton The market entered the Rochester, NY locations in three former McCurdy, as well as space in a former McCurdy in Elmira. In spring next year, the company opened a fourth location in Rochester position of Sibley. In March 1995, Bon-Ton closed downtown Lancaster landmark. Later that year, they also closed the downtown AM & A's location. Expanded in 1998, including a new store in Westfield, Massachusetts, Bon-Ton makes it Stores' first entry into the New England area.