Charlotte Russe Holding is sweet on women's clothing. The mall-based retailer operates about 495 Charlotte Russe clothing stores in some 45 US states and Puerto Rico. The stores (averaging 7,100 square feet) offer value-priced established and trendy fashions for women in their twenties and teens. Most merchandise carries the company's proprietary labels (Charlotte Russe, Refuge, and blu Chic). The company shut down its struggling 64-store Rampage chain in 2006, converting several locations to Charlotte Russe stores. Charlotte Russe Holding went public in 1999. Just four months after rejecting an unsolicited takeover bid, the retailer announced in March 2009 that it would be shopping itself around for a buyer. [Description from Hoover's]
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