Beantown Booming

Belanger, Mehgan
April 2007
Convenience Store News;4/16/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p57
Trade Publication
The article informs that convenience retailers in Boston, Massachusetts are facing challenges from local competition and tough state regulations. According to Paul Vercollone, vice president of VERC Enterprises Inc., Massachusetts is probably a lot harder than other areas to get permission for buildings. The state's government bureaucracy and the permitting for the town and state are obstacles to retailer development.


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