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J Olive Co of Oxford holding a “going out of business” sale

The J Olive Co. store located on N. Lamar Blvd in Oxford is having a closing sale until August 1, 2020.

The store announced through Facebook that the Oxford store would be holding its closing sale for the remainder of July. The final business day will be August 1. Sales will include 20 percent off all oils and balsamic, and 30 percent off all gifts and accessories.

J Olive Co. revealed that the Oxford store would be closing due to the circumstances over the last several months.

Stores located in Ridgeland and Hattiesburg as well as their e-commerce website is still available to supply everyone’s favorite oils and balsamic.

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