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Hi-Lites Ladies' Clothing, 915 State Street: March 2012   6 comments

Posted at 12:04 am in Uncategorized

Hi-Lites Ladies'Clothing ("Name Brands At Outlet Prices") seems to mainly follow a small town strategy. Apart from this Cayce store, the chain's locator page lists the other Carolinas' locations as

Albemarle, Atlantic Beach, Clinton (NC), Laurinburg, Lincolnton, Monroe, Mount Olive, Newton, Sanford, Shelby, Whiteville, Bennettsville, Dillon and Lancaster

It's interesting that by putting their "Columbia" store in Cayce, they got a somewhat similar area, but inside a fairly major Metro. Of course, apparently it didn't work out for them.

Parkland Plaza had been on a bit of an upswing lately, with the Ace Hardware re-opening, and the Dollar Discount being replaced, but this closing and that of Dollar General (which I will probably get to soon) along with the continuing vacancy at the old Parkland Pharmacy/CVS site put the place back almost to square one.

(Hat tip to commenter tonkatoy)

UPDATE 4 April 2012 -- I went back when I could stop and got some better pictures:












Written by ted on March 19th, 2012

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6 Responses to 'Hi-Lites Ladies' Clothing, 915 State Street: March 2012'

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  1. The Burke's Outlet store at Parkland use to be a Belk in the late 90s and before that Howard's.

    redneck down from cayce

    23 Mar 12 at 6:31 pm

  2. and WAY before that it was originally WD Grant, or DW Grant back in the early to late 60's.

    Saturday's child

    23 Mar 12 at 9:54 pm

  3. I remember the jingle ♫ We got it all at Howard's Sports ♫ from the 90s but don't recall shopping there.


    23 Mar 12 at 10:52 pm

  4. All the signs are up for the new Jewelry Warehouse & Garnet and Black Traditions stores (I think it also includes where the CVS was).

    Mary Douglass

    25 Jun 13 at 1:29 pm

  5. @Mary Douglass:

    Garnet & Black Tradtions is taking over the former Hi-Lites spot and I recall seeing a billboard out in Northeast Richland of all places indicating they were open (but no building signage to that effect)

    The former CVS will become Jewelry Warehouse and plans are for that to be operational (from what I gather) sometime between now and Halloween.


    25 Jun 13 at 5:49 pm

  6. Just came across this page and thought I'd might note that I remember Hi-Lites was in 7 Oaks Shopping Center in the 90s thought I'm not 100% sure what is in their former spot...


    6 Oct 17 at 12:40 pm

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