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    Discount Stores in Westlake


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    Business Listing   Classic Closet Consignments - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 871-1601


    Business Listing   Discount Drug Mart Food Fair - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 871-6077


    Business Listing   Marc's Pharmacy - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 808-0211


    Business Listing   Neighborhood Dollar Store - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 617-9133


    Business Listing   Once Upon A Child - Westlake Store - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 899-1100


    Business Listing   Wal-Mart - 1 Hour Photo - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 324-4282


    Business Listing   Wal-Mart - Tire & Lube Express - Westlake, OH - Phone: (440) 324-4236


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    Helpful Definition for: Discount Stores


    A discount store in Westlake is a type of department store, which sells products at prices lower than those asked by traditional retail outlets. Most discount department stores offer a wide assortment of goods; others specialize in such merchandise as jewelry, electronic equipment, or electrical appliances. Discount stores are not variety stores, which sell goods at a single price-point or multiples thereof. Discount stores differ from variety stores in that they sell many name-brand products, and because of the wide price range of the items offered. Many also operate as supercenters, which add a full-service grocery store to the traditional format.

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