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Downsizing America's Retail Footprint
Retail in the U.S. is going through some hardships. There is too much and the shopping trip is the same each time you go. Millennial's are putting retail into a head spin wanting more, quicker and for better prices with less hassle. For these retailer sot keep up with the wants and needs of it's customer base, they're going to have to make some changes.
There is 40 foot of retail space per U.S. citizen, that is too much!
Costco, Porsche, and Home Depot have seemingly been exceptions to the demise.
For everyone performing retailer out there, there are many whom are not.
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