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Arby’s in Corinth Square permanently closes due to unfavorable ‘business economics’

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The Arby’s in Corinth Square, 4100 W. 83rd Street, has shut its doors for good. 

A sign on the front door said the location permanently closed on Saturday, Aug. 22. The sign encouraged customers to visit a location in either Overland Park or Mission. 

A sign on the door reads “sorry closed,” and says the restaurant’s business economics were unfavorable.

“The business economics of the restaurant were no longer favorable,” the sign reads. “We appreciate your patronage over the years and hope you visit one of our other nearby locations.” 

Although the signs on the storefront are still intact, a large — and filled — dumpster is blocking the drive-thru. The interior of the building appears to have been emptied out, as well. 

Arby’s did not respond to requests for comment for this story.

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Juliana Garcia
Juliana Garcia

👋 Hi! I’m Juliana Garcia, and I cover Prairie Village and northeast Johnson County for the Johnson County Post.

I grew up in Roeland Park and graduated from Shawnee Mission North before going on to the University of Kansas, where I wrote for the University Daily Kansan and earned my bachelor’s degree in  journalism. Prior to joining the Post in 2019, I worked as an intern at the Kansas City Business Journal.

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