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A major leisure retailer with 119 branches in the UK is closing its popular Scottish store again

A major leisure retailer with 119 branches in the UK is closing its popular Scottish store again

A major leisure retailer with 119 branches A busy Scottish store is closing for the second time in a month.

HMV on Argyle Street in Glasgow temporarily closed its doors last month while it underwent a “short refurbishment”.

The HMV store in Argyle Street is set to close its doors againCredit: Mark Sweeney

The popular downtown record store put a warning notice on the glass doors in August saying it would reopen in September.

Then it welcomed customers back last weekend and held a big reopening event with live music.

A series of live bands and musical performances take place at the city center HMV store on Friday and Saturday.

But now bosses have confirmed the popular store will close its doors again due to “essential business”.

A social media post told customers the place would be closed for two days.

The store will be closed on Tuesday, October 3 and Wednesday, October 4.

The iconic store is a staple for Glasgow music lovers and has welcomed a string of famous faces over the years.

The Still Game stars delighted fans with a meet-and-greet at the two-storey store as well as appearances from Kevin Bridges, Sandy Tom and Michelle McManus.

Last month, we told how N-Dubz star Dappy was branded “unprofessional” after he told fans queuing up that he wouldn’t speak to them.

The Ouch hitmaker looked worlds away, during a meet and greet at HMV in Glasgow with bandmates Tulisa and Fezzer.

But the rapper revealed the real reason for his silence.

She placed a sign on the desk that said: “Sorry, about vocal comfort.”

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