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Taking a Deeper Look Inside How often do people come across public places which either represent the same service or is the same service There are many public places with duplicates scattered throughout the same state the US or the entire world Though many people if not all have encountered two of the same places how many of them have actually stopped to realize how similar or different they really are For example Starbucks How different can any two Starbucks really be This essay will reflect on comparing and contrasting two different Starbucks in towns right next to one another The first Starbucks I went to this past week was in Crestwood the second in Oak Lawn The first one will be referred to as The Crestwood Starbucks and the second will be The Oak Lawn Starbucks I sat down at each one with a pen and paper looking at the obvious and the hidden features of the two coffee houses Both the Crestwood Starbucks and the Oak Lawn Starbucks are located off of main streets in a little plaza center with a few other mini stores The Crestwood Starbucks is off of Cicero Ave it is place between a pizza place cigarette store a dry cleaners and a Boston Market The Oak Lawn Starbucks is located off of 95th street near a Hollywood video Bedding Experts and Cingular Though they arent placed in a mall or right next to a mall these two areas still attract a good amount of business The type of people these two attract varies The similarities and differences I observed from the atmosphere of these two places is based on the point in time that I was there The Crestwood Starbucks was smaller than the Oak Lawn Starbucks The Crestwood Starbucks accommodated nine people The people in there were between the ages of 40-55 The Oak Lawn Starbucks on the other hand accommodated around 20
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