It used to be that only under performing restaurants and businesses would be forced to closed due to their inability to compete in the marketplace.

That is no longer the case. Now, viable businesses, that have been opened for generations are being forced to close because of the current business climate in America.

Inflation, food costs and difficulty attracting and retaining employees has forced yet another long-standing restaurant to close its doors forever.

We also take this opportunity to share with you that these numerous closings are not just happening in the Northeast.

This time, it’s Philly’s Cheesesteak restaurant in Summerville, South Carolina.

They officially closed forever, following yesterday’s business on Monday, October 24, 2022.

Philly Cheesesteaks has been able to operate for 3 generations … a full 32 years.

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Via Facebook, co-owner Stefan Castellucci said:

"Throughout my life, I always knew that no matter
what happened, Phillys would be there for me. Unfortunately, that's no longer the case. Due to the rising food costs, inflation, and worker shortages, MONDAY OCTOBER 24TH will be our last day open for business,” wrote Castellucci.

Philly’s Cheesesteaks co-owner Cherie Castellucci told Fox & Friends this morning that her Grandfather started Philly’s Cheesesteaks 3 generations ago.

She advised for all of the same reasons, that this long-standing business could no longer operate under the present business conditions.

For the past 32 years, the Castellucci family brought the Philadelphia cheesesteak that you can only find in the Northeast to South Carolina.

they imported their beef and bread from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for all of these decades.

SOURCE: Fox News.

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