Hoke wrote:And another one bites the dust.
Jenise wrote: acquire fellow grocery chain Harris Teeter for $2.5 billion. Harris Teeter—which operates 212 stores across North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C.—had revenues of $4.5 billion last year]
Dale Williams wrote: I understand that there are "strategic" reasons behind such decisions,but as some stores will be in same markets, I would guess that at least in short term those revenues would fall (if a small city or area has a HT, a Kroger, a Publix and a Walmart, and the HT closes, not all the shoppers will go to Kroger).
Karen/NoCA wrote:There is no excuse for a dirty store, and the other issues you mentioned. Who manages this store, anyway? Or maybe I should ask if it is locally owned and by whom? In our area we have a few small stores our local police call stop and robs, and they are as you describe and are owned by a certain ethnic population. I avoid them.