Branch Store

Branch Store

A retail store that exists and conducts operations in a place other than the main store location. The branch store usually has fewer items for sale and may sell only the most common goods so customers do not have to go all the way to the main store to purchase certain things. See also: Branch.
References in classic literature ?
You started a branch store here in Berkeley about six months ago?
And your branch store absorbed the profits of the three small ones.
Owen, destroyed competition here in Berkeley when your branch store drove the three small groceries out of business.
There was Owen, of Silverberg, Owen & Company--a large grocery firm with several branch stores.
The president and CEO of EastWest Bank, Antonio C Moncupa Jr, said that while its core businesses is growing, the costs of its branch store expansion is also being felt, and the full impact was likely to be felt in 2014.
As such, ESC transitioned from a relationship managed through a branch store to one managed through the Wells Fargo Business Banking Group.
Greggs have been meeting with MPs over the last few weeks after writing to all of those with a branch store in their constituency.
Michael Stoddart, the Allerton Road branch store manager, was today gearing up to host the evening.
It also opened its only branch store in March 1970 at the Auburn Mall.
Jawad Supermarket Sanad branch store manager Niraj Candolkar said staff had removed the products from the shelves.
Meanwhile, the company said it is closing down a branch store in Kichijoji on the outskirts of Tokyo next March in light of the store's flagging performance.
In fact, they operated a branch store at D'Lo in Simpson County from 1916 until 1930 and another branch at Stillmore, a nearby lumber camp in Stone County, during the years 1926 and 1927.