Some articles on stores, store:
... Walgreens stores were originally connected to local groceries ... or Dominick's Finer Foods, usually with a "walkthru" to the adjoining store and often sharing personnel ... This concept was instated to compete with the popular dual store format used by chief competitor Jewel-Osco/Albertsons-Sav-On ...
... Unlike many of its department-store contemporaries, Neiman Marcus is still in operation today under the original name and is still headquartered in the city where ... The Neiman Marcus Group comprises the Specialty Retail stores division — which includes Neiman Marcus Stores and Bergdorf Goodman — Cusp (a contemporary ... The company operates 41 Neiman Marcus stores across the United States and two Bergdorf Goodman stores, in Manhattan ...
... War II, Jack Eckerd started a phenomenal expansion of the chain by buying three stores in Florida in 1952 ... and when Eckerd sold his shares in 1986, there were about 1,500 stores ... Penney, who built the number of stores to 2,600 before selling to rivals CVS and Jean Coutu ...
... As of October 2012, there are 52 PAK'nSAVE stores across New Zealand ... Stores are often located in suburban areas, and are usually open until at least 10 pm (although some notable exceptions include Pukekohe, which closes at 9 pm) ... Pak'n Save provides the cardboard boxes used for shipping products to the store, or plastic supermarket bags can be purchased at the checkout for 10 cents ...
... As of October 2012, there are 52 Pak'n Save stores operating across the North and South Islands of New Zealand ... Stores are large and have a no-frills environment, often with unlined interiors and concrete floors ... also asked to pack their own bags, and charged for plastic bags in most stores ...
Famous quotes related to stores:
“Thank God were living in a country where the skys the limit, the stores are open late and you can shop in bed thanks to television.”
—Joan Rivers (b. 1935)
“O Reader! had you in your mind
Such stores as silent thought can bring,
O gentle Reader! you would find
A tale in every thing.”
—William Wordsworth (17701850)
“Evening attend two fandangos. Girls not very pretty but exceedingly graceful. [You] pay a dime for a figure and refreshments for your doxy, who instead of eating prudently stores her cakes, etc., in a basket to be taken home for the family.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“I teach the No to all that makes weakthat exhausts. I teach the Yes to all that strengthens, that stores up strength, that pride.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)
“In the dime stores and bus stations,
People talk of situations,
Read books, repeat quotations,
Draw conclusions on the wall.”
—Bob Dylan [Robert Allen Zimmerman] (b. 1941)