When the rainbow factory is closed for good

Factory outlet store owner, Rainbow Factory, has announced the closure of its outlet stores and its factory outlet store outlet store will close for good in late 2018.

The rainbow factory was founded in 1994 by local entrepreneurs who built a custom-made rainbow-colored factory outlet stores in the middle of a city.

The factory’s first outlet store opened in 1996 in the town of Mabool in Kolkata, India.

In 2009, the factory opened its first store in Kishangarh, Uttar Pradesh, which has since then become a hub for its factory products.

Rainbow Factory is currently the only outlet store in the world that operates its outlet store and factory outlet on premises.

It operates its factory on an industrial scale in the capital city of Bengaluru.

The outlet store has also been instrumental in bringing the manufacturing process to India.

The factory operates over 500 outlet stores across the country, making it the largest manufacturer of outlet stores.

The company has been the sole owner of its factory for the past 15 years.

The owner, Anil Gupta, said the factory was also the first one to offer a service that no other outlet store offers.

“We wanted to create a platform to sell our products in India through the outlet store.

We have been the only one to provide a service, a service for the customer, in this fashion,” Gupta said.

Rainbows factory is owned by the Gupta family.

It is one of the few outlets stores that offers a service to customers outside India.

A spokesperson for Rainbow Factory said the business is currently on hold due to the loss of revenue due to declining demand.

The company plans to reopen the factory outlet shop after the end of this year.