The Sulphur Springs Radio Shack store will be one of about 1,100 of the electronics retail stores that will be closed as the company struggles with declining sales and revenues. The local store is set to close March 31, according to local store manager Josh McPherson. McPherson said he did not know what the future would hold for the local store employees, but he said he has received a couple of job offers. Radio Shack does not include stores in Greenville, Mount Pleasant or Paris in the list of stores to be closed, but does includes the Broadway Square Mall store in Tyler. Radio Shack Chief Executive Officer Joseph Magnacca, in a message to investors, said closings will leave more than 4,000 stores open, including 900 franchise stores. The electronics retailer has more than 5,200 stores in the United States while Wal-Mart has 3,700 and Radio Shack's major competitor, Best Buy, has 1,400 outlets.