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Discount Stores Wal-Mart VS Shopko By Angel E-mail amscheidhotmailcom Competitive Advantages in Discount Stores When you walk into Wal-Mart the first that that hits you is a display of household items that are point of purchase items There tends to be laundry detergent Kleenex and toilet paper These items are sometimes on sale and are usually the ones that people forget to put on their list The store itself is very crowded but the atmosphere is friendly Most of the shoppers are in Wal-Mart to get low prices and a lot of variety I agree that Wal-Mart has a lot of items but the kinds of brands tend to be that of a lesser quality than you would find at Shop-Ko It is easy to locate products and has large variety of brands The parking is absolutely terrible after all how many handicap people are there The only way to get fast checkout is by using the register in the garden center or film shop Another advantage of Wal-Mart is that they have one-hour photo Pulling up to the lot and seeing all of the cars is a major turn off Wal-Mart pr oducts are the least expensive and they take pride in that After all their slogan is everyday low prices guaranteed One question to ponder why is there smoking inside Wal-Mart This does not make sense and gives a lower class kind of image to the store Wal-Mart has an optical center and a hair salon An optical center does not seem out of league but hair cutting in a discount store That tends to make one think that the qualifications of the stylist may be discount also To work at an optical center there are strict restrictions in the trade The outside of the store looks like a serve all kind of store There is an automotive and garden center visible from the outside and when looking at
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