There are two kinds of shoppers: Those who swear by so-called "dollar stores" (retail outlets where everything costs one buck—or close to it) and those who swear about them.
Depending on the shopper you talk to, dollar stores are either the greatest places to buy since Charles Henry Harrod opened his world-class department store 175 years ago in London, or they're the repository of junk merchandise that's not worth even a single greenback. … Back to Article
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