convenience store


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convenience store

a retail outlet offering customers the convenience of close location and long opening hours every day of the week.

convenience store (C-store)

A retail store that sells daily purchase items such as milk and beverages and impulse purchase items such as snacks and small gifts,usually in conjunction with gasoline sales.Convenience stores are attractive investments because the IRS allows rapid depreciation over a 15-year time period rather than the normal 39-year period required of typical commercial real estate.

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Trolley is a chain of convenience stores that opens shop at proximity of customers in unique locations such as universities, gas stations, malls and today, on flights.
'I thought a convenience store location would be funny and relatable,' Lim said.
The strategy involves expanding the number of convenience stores that sell medicines and even setting up in-store consultation counters where customers can seek advice on nursing care and nutrition.
South Korea's convenience store chain operators have been eyeing foreign opportunities, as the local market, dominated by three chains -- CU, GS25 and 7-Eleven -- has become increasingly saturated.
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A convenience store is no longer a small store around the corner any more as it has become a major platform of today's daily life.
Nick Shanagher, managing director of Newtrade said: "Convenience stores have changed significantly in the past decade and retailers like Bay have played an important part in boosting local economies.
Following a rigorous evaluation process, which included a mystery shop visit, Lifestyle Express Belle Vue Convenience Store was named one of the Top 100 independent convenience shops in the UK this summer.
Of the total respondents to this year's survey, 73 percent said they typically stop at a convenience store for beverages and 69 percent stop to buy gasoline.
A study conducted by Kantar Worldpanel, the world leader in consumer knowledge and insights based on consumer panels, shows a 45 percent increase in convenience store purchases from January 2014 to January 2015.
CONVENIENCE store chain McColl's has said current trading is down on last year in a market it calls "challenging and competitive".
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