Parisian Clearance Center

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The Parisian Clearance Center was a discount outlet selling clothes returned off the racks of 20 Parisian department stores from Cincinnati to Florida. It was first located at Eastwood Mall, then moved to the Palisades in Homewood in 1987 before ending up at Wildwood in 1991.

Off-season apparel usually arrived with one or two markdowns already taken at the store, then was marked down further every month or so that it remained in the outlet, capping off at 75% of the marked price. The store's manager was Paul Trammell.


  • Cook, Lynnmarie P. (April 1991) "Out With the Old..." Birmingham Magazine. Vol. 31, No. 4, p. 13