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Tuesday Morning is the nation’s largest closeout retailer with over 830 closeout stores nationwide. We are currently looking for an experienced Retail Store Manager in our Peoria, IL store. Essential Duties and Responsibilities (include but are not limited to the following): · Manages all store processes to company standards including freight processing, merchandise presentation and reconciliation...
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