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Clinton Cards has sold 397 stores out of administration to American Greetings, securing the future of about 4,500 jobs.
Clinton Cards is planning to expand its chain of 876 greetings card stores to 1,200 over the next six years.
Clinton Cards has bought 196 Birthdays greetings card stores out of administration for £3.5m, securing the future of 1,450 jobs, but the remaining 136 stores will close with the loss of 750 jobs.
Clinton Cards is to acquire Birthdays Group, the greetings card retailer with 500 stores, for £49m.
Clinton Cards is planning to open a further 40 greetings card stores over the next few months, and expects the chain to reach 1,000 by 2010.
Clinton Cards is planning to open 35 new greeting card shops this year, to add to the existing 699.
Clinton Cards has announced plans to double the size of about 200 of its greetings card shops, by acquiring adjacent properties or by extending to the back or side.
Clinton Cards is planning to open up to 50 large-format stores following a successful trial in Bath, as part of an expansion programme that will increase its chain to more than 800 by the end of 2006.
Clinton Cards has announced plans to expand its chain of 695 greetings card shops to 1,000 over the next five years.
Clinton Cards is planning to open 23 more greeting card franchises in Debenhams stores, as well as seven stand-alone shops and franchises in hospitals and garden centres.
Clinton Cards is to acquire CSG Holdings, the greeting-card retailer, for £27m which will expand its chain from 504 to 715 shops.
Clinton Cards is planning to open up to 40 outlets this year to add to the existing 476.
Clinton Cards has bought 112 shops from Carlton Cards for £3.2m, giving it a presence in 57 new towns.