October 2008
Checkout;Oct2008, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p79
The article presents a monthly performance of various retail stores in Ireland. Tesco PLC and Dunnes Stores scored high for their store presentation both internally and externally as well as the range of products on offer and the value for money. Supervalu Inc. also got a strong score as the auditor described a positive first impression based on the cleanliness and presentation of the exterior of the store. Other stores cited include ALDI and LIDL.


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