Popular Club Plan Cuts 75 Jobs

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Garfield, NJ-based Popular Club Plan, a direct selling catalog company, laid off 75 employees yesterday, according to the New Jersey Department of Labor.


The company -- which is more than 50 years old and at times has been a division of J. Crew, Fingerhut and Federated Department Stores -- sells clothing, housewares, jewelry and electronics.


Popular Club filed a federally mandated WARN notice with the New Jersey Department of Labor 60 days before the layoffs.


This is the third round of job cuts for the company, according to a spokesman for the New Jersey Department of Labor.


Attempts to reach Popular Club Plan for comment were unsuccessful.


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