Who Owns Heilig-Meyers
Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Heilig-Meyers Liquidation Trust in August 2010.
On August 16, 2000, Heilig-Meyers Company and its related entities (“Heilig-Meyers”) filed a chapter 11 petition in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, assigned Case No. 00-34533. Thereafter, a Chapter 11 plan was confirmed, which transferred the assets of Heilig-Meyers to the Heilig-Meyers Liquidation Trust. Oak Point Partners, Inc. acquired the remnant assets of the Heilig-Meyers Liquidation Trust in August 2010.
Related Entities: Baton Rouge Furniture Outlet, Beck Furniture Corporation, Bruce's Furniture Stores, Caplan Furniture Company, Caplan's of Louisa, Inc., Danley Furniture, Ganz Furniture, Heath Furniture, Heileg Meyers, H-M Subsidiary, Inc., HMPR, HMY Star, Inc., Holthouse Furniture Corp., MacSaver, Meyers-Thornton Holding Corporation, Nelson Bros., Port City Furniture, Incorporated, Reichart Furniture Corp., Reliable Stores, Inc., Renfrows Furniture, Rent$mart, RentSmart, Royal Jackson Stores, Self-Service Furniture Company, Star Furniture, Sterchi Bros, The Furniture Center, Inc., Thornton Stores, Town & Ranch Self Service Furniture, Inc., ValueHouse, West End Furniture Company
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Contact Info: Heilig-Meyers
Founded in 1913, Heilig-Meyers sold furniture through its over 1,000 stores. At its peak in the 1990s, Heilig-Meyers was the largest retail furniture chain in the United States. Heilig-Meyers operated under several trade names including Caplan Furniture, MacSaver Financial Services, Nelson Bros, Self-Service Furniture, Star Furniture and ValueHouse.
The former headquarters of Heilig-Meyers was located in Richmond, VA.