A bare-boned, no-frills discount retailer is has entered the state of Texas.
Crazy Cazboy’s, a membership-based closeout concept that sells everything from food to electronics to sporting goods with prices dependent on the day of the week, has opened a 41,140-sq.-ft. store in Arlington, Texas. It’s the retailer’s fifth location to date, with other sites in Birmingham, Ala.; Guntersville, Ala.; Pensacola, Fla.; and Columbia, S.C.
Based in Birmingham, Ala., Crazy Cazboy’s was founded in 2019 by John Cassimus, founder of restaurant chain Zoe’s Kitchen, which operates more than 250 locations. The merchandise lineup changes from week to week. Stores are closed on Thursday to allow for restocking. They reopen on Friday, with everything in the store priced at $7. Leftover product is marked down to $5 on Saturday, with the price decreasing each day after that, all the way down to $0.25 cents on Wednesday. All sales are final, with no returns or exchanges.