THE RESHUFFLING OF PRIORITIES at Dollar General that sparked its recent renaissance has left at least one of its former projects in limbo.
Dollar General Market, the company's attempt at a small grocery store, has been holding steady at 57 stores ever since 2007. The concept launched in 2003.
“DG Markets were, and continue to be, laboratory stores where we test new ideas,” Tawn Earnest, a spokeswoman for Dollar General, told SN. “We have not announced any plans for additional DG Markets.” ...
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