Dollar General Corp., Goodlettsville, Tenn., plans to pursue a “lifecycle remodeling” program for its smallest stores rather than relocating them, Rick Dreiling, chairman and CEO, told investors Thursday during an earnings call. The stores in the lifecycle program run between 5,700 square feet and 6,500 square feel — “stores that are undersized by our current standards that historically we might have relocated,” he explained. CONNECT WITH SN ON ...
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