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superstore

a very large supermarket, often selling household goods, clothes, etc., as well as food
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Virtually every American consumer who can afford to go shopping has Internet access through a smartphone or computer, and there is little that one cannot buy online, often faster and cheaper than in a big-box store.
Thanks for thinking of us, but we don't have the time or money to study the thorny issue of the effects of big-box stores on the local economy, a citizens committee told the City Council on Monday.
The Best Buy would be one of the first big-box stores in the area, which has prompted traffic concerns among neighbors.
Does shopping at a big-box store, independent and the Internet betray a form of disloyalty?
Patnode said she would bring trust back to a community and will stand firm against any big-box store development.
Likewise, 59% of buyers of shampoos and conditioners frequent big-box stores, as do 56% of the buyers of sunscreens and 51% of consumers of hair coloring products.
It is widely available on supermarket shelves and at big-box stores in the $10 range.
Independent pet stores have always been at the forefront, but more grocery stores and big-box stores are catching up.
These same big-box stores also sell ammunition for less--sometimes for less than we can get it shipped to us.
Home Depot plans to close its remaining seven big-box stores in China as the company shifts its focus in that market to specialty stores and online offerings.
CouponSherpa--From grocery coupons to discounts at big-box stores, this mobile version of a tried and true source for printable coupons will help you climb to the summit of savings
Last week, the council approved an ordinance that would ultimately require many big-box stores to develop shelters for day laborers.