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bricks and mortar

A physical store, office or branch that customers walk into during business hours. Contrast with e-commerce. See clicks and mortar and bricks clicks and flips.
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Each episode of the Brick and Mortar Reporter includes a niche finder question, where the business owners tell us what products or services they cannot find locally, but wish they could.
I completely disagree with Internet tax--it will never level the playing field for brick and mortar stores.
Recent brick and mortar retail openings by Gateway, Gazoontite and other dot coms are just one example of this new relationship.
Since the TrueTarget model is designed specifically for brick and mortar businesses to advertise, businesses do not have to worry about competing with large online retailers.
All participants in the distribution chain, including content owners, advertisers, retail merchandisers and telecommunications and direct broadcast satellite service providers, as well as traditional brick and mortar movie rental companies, are beneficiaries.
Major brick and mortar pharmacies can only go forward, based upon future growth expectations and tremendous earnings, based upon increasing their prescription drug prices.
In September, we tested a three-day sample sale in New York City to better understand the potential for using a brick and mortar strategy to sell these goods.
In addition to helping individuals who lack the time or technical expertise to sell items on eBay, AuctionWagon benefits brick and mortar merchants who want to expand their market beyond their physical storefront.