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Wards experimented with several retail formats in Richmond, including smaller mall outlets branded "Sight-n-Sound" and "Circuit City".

One of the company's early slogans was "Circuit City — Where the Streets are Paved with Bargains".

However, attributing its ultimate demise to the lack of consumer spending and overall economic downturn during the late 2000s recession, Circuit City began liquidating its remaining stores on January 16, 2009, and all were closed by March 8, 2009.) office building, Deep Run I, had been appraised at $46.2 million.

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