Abbadabba’s is closing its Kennesaw location at the end of September after more than 10 years in business.
With the closure, the Atlanta-grown chain is consolidating from four to three stores keeping its Little Five Points, Buckhead, and East Cobb locations.
“We very much appreciate the effort our staff and managers have made at this location,” Janice Abernethy, president of Abbadabba’s, Thursday said in a prepared statement.
“The love we are receiving from the community at this time is overwhelming and we are so thankful for their support over the years.”
Abernethy made the “strategic” decision to close at the conclusion of the company’s lease in Kennesaw.
The team at Abbadabba’s will use the remaining weeks to offer deals on a variety of products as well as continue to offer a full line of its best selling products through the end of September.
The store is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Noon to 6:00 p.m.