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“We ultimately had to decide. The hard part is just trying to keep the lights on and trying to stay afloat,” explained Sujanani. The lights will soon go off at the store in Greenville. The business began back in 1988.

They say the decision to shut down G Q Fashions was not their choice, rather a necessity. GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) – After more than 30 years, an Upstate family is closing the doors on its business.

“It’s still kind of emotional some days just because it’s coming to the end of it,” said Danny Sujanani, whose family owns G Q Fashions.

Through challenges and lean times, the family says nothing has been as long and difficult as the last year and a half. “With COVID, the length of COVID, it really took a really hard hit to us financially,” said Sujanani. The clothing store was first located on North Main Street, and since 2009 has been off Laurens Road.

(FOX CAROLINA NEWS/January 8, 2022).  “My grandparents started this business, and then my parents, and now with me and my sister we’re a third generation,” said Sujanani.

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