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Victor Valley Business Closures Continue as Carl’s Jr. on 7th Street Shuts Down

VICTORVILLE, Calif. ( – The growing trend of business closures in the Victor Valley region persists with the latest announcement that the Carl’s Jr. restaurant, located at 14503 7TH ST in Victorville, has closed its doors due to underperformance, making it the third business to shutter this week alone.

This development follows a series of closures across the area, creating an alarming pattern for local retail spaces and employment.

In a recent article by, the wave of closures across the Victor Valley has notably escalated.

Following the unannounced shutdown of Marco’s Pizza in Hesperia on January 18, 2024, and the subsequent layoff of its staff via text message on the same morning.

Crumbl Cookies, the bakery known for its weekly rotating menu, closed its store last week at 12274 Palmdale Rd Suite 102, in Victorville also due to underperformance.

Howard’s Appliance TV & Mattress, a large household name since acquiring Midway Home Solutions in 2021, ceased operations at its Victorville location this week.

Howard’s, a prominent Southern California retailer, had hoped to solidify its presence in the High Desert region but ultimately succumbed to the same fate as many others in the area.

The region’s commercial landscape is further challenged by the exit of a CVS Pharmacy at Bear Valley and Amethyst Roads closed yesterday, February 22, 2024, as part of CVS Health’s strategy to close 900 stores over three years. This decision is geared towards re-aligning operations to better meet community needs.

Adding to the string of departures, the Rite Aid store at the junction of Highway 18 and Navajo Road in Apple Valley also shut down last month, following the company’s move to restructure its network after a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

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