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superstore

a very large RETAILER which is often located on the edge of a large town with extensive parking facilities, selling such products as groceries, furniture and do-it-yourself items.
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Not only did Smyths Toys Superstores pick up one of the most sought after awards in the UK toy retail industry, but it was also presented with a second award for the Best Multiple Retailer of the Year, recognising all of Smyths Toys Superstores throughout the UK and compounding the company's achievements.
Tobacco Superstores asked the judge in the case to throw it out, according to its answer filed in U.
Clean Rite Centers, starting from its New York City roots, has grown impressively and is spreading its brightly colored laundry superstores to communities all the way from Boston to Atlanta.
Since MFBI's last report on the future of the used car market published in 1999, the number of used car superstores has increased by 29 per cent.
Used car superstores include privately-owned, single-outlet operations and small chains, plus superstores operated independently by franchised dealer groups.
Even sadder for convenience stores is the fact that so many more shoppers at superstores mention "staff" as among their reasons for store choice than is the case with local neighbourhood stores.
But over the same period, independent bookstores' share of the market dropped from 33 percent to 18 percent, while that of national chains grew from 22 percent to 26 percent, in large part due to the growth in superstores.
In Valencia, the former Parkway Motors dealership recently became the Parkway General Motors Superstore.
According to Merrin Information Services, whose president is Seymour Merrin, sales at computer superstores have grown from $3.
The EEOC is suing to stop Tobacco Superstores from allegedly engaging in race discrimination in connection with promotions and employment practices.
Used car superstores include privately-owned single-outlet operations and small chains, plus superstores operated independently by franchised dealer groups.
Out-oown superstores, which mushroomed in the 1970s and 1980s, are no longer a novelty but a mature sector of UK retailing, with their easy growth phase now over, according to a new retail survey.