Payless-Coming in with the largest number of closings the company is shutting down more than 2,500 stores.

Gymboree-The store filed for a Chapter 11 bankrupsy in mid-January and announced they will be closing around 800 Gymboree and Crazy 8 stores throughout the U.S. and Canada.

Charlotte Russe-It was announced in March that the entire chain would be no more.

Family Dollar-Stores like these just may not make it past this year. Discount retailer Dollar Tree says it will closing as many as 390 family dollar stores this year alone.

Gap-The store will close about 230 locations, about 50 percent of it's stores, worldwide over the next two years.

Starbucks-Not all of them but they did announce they'll be permanently shutting down 150 underperfoming stores this year.

Dressbarn-They announced on May 20th that they will gradually close all of it's 650 stores nationwide.

The Children's Place-Previously they announced it's intention of closing 300 underperforming stores by 2020. Currently they have a little more than 100 stores left to go.  They plan on investing in boosting it's online presence to increase profitability.

Sears-Earlier in the year it was revealed the store would be closing 89 stores by March.  Texas and Florida saw the biggest impact with each state having seven locations shutting down.

Lowe's-They've already closed 51 underperforming stores-20 in the U.S. and 31 in Canada this year.

Victoria's Secret-They closed 30 stores in 2018 and there are more coming this year as well.  According to their parent company L Brand, they will see 53 more closures this year.

J.C Penny-We should see a total of 27 stores closing this year nationwide.