Brick and Mortar


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Brick and Mortar

A company with a physical presence in the real world. Example of brick and mortar companies are grocery stores, auto shops, and so forth. While they have higher overhead and less flexibility than online companies, they can often provide more personalized services to customers. See also: Click and mortar.
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The Brick and Mortar Reporter is available through the following channels.
Even with all of the hype over the Internet, brick and mortar merchants in New York and throughout the nation enjoyed a very strong December, with inventory moving well enough to enable Store owners to avoid hefty clearance sales - a boon for profits.