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    Factory Outlet Stores in Bristol


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    Business Listing   Big Lots - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 652-7858


    Business Listing   Dollar General - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 968-4602


    Business Listing   Dollar General Market Store - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 844-0990


    Business Listing   Dollar General Store - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 989-7777


    Business Listing   Fred's #1318 - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 274-0627


    Business Listing   Kmart Stores - Pharmacy - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 968-7178


    Business Listing   US Factory Outlets - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 968-4795


    Business Listing   Wal-Mart - Portrait Studio - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 639-7118


    Business Listing   Wal-Mart - Store Information - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 246-4676


    Business Listing   Walmart Portrait Studio - Bristol, TN - Phone: (423) 990-2885


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    Helpful Definition for: Factory Outlet Stores


    Factory outlet stores in Bristol are the building-based or online stores where customers can buy branded products directly from the manufacturers. Traditionally, such stores were located adjacent to the factory or production unit to allow customers to watch the manufacturing process. While, the modern factory outlets in Bristol are typically stores that are branded by manufacturers and provide a significant amount of discount to its customers. Such stores in Bristol often deal in that firm's closeouts, discontinued merchandise, irregulars, canceled orders, and sometimes, in-season, first-quality merchandise.

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