Two businesses whose products can be found cheaper online, especially Blockbuster. Netflix blows them out of the water.
It is too bad that that shopping center on S. Salisbury Blvd. has lost two of their largest businesses, Blockbuster the Gospel Shop, and the Sheila's, just on the other side of N. Blvd., is closing.
Sheila's is closed...no notice, no sale, no nothing. Had they announced it I know of someone that would have bought some & probably alot of their inventory. She carried alot of things that Hobby Lobby, Michaels didn't & still don't.
Not many can compete with Dollar Tree.Not as many stores as WalMart..same business practice. Buy cheap. Sell cheap. Pay employee's cheap.These corporate stores may employee many so the government appears that they are creating jobs.They are enabling a welfare state.We reap what we sow.
You can say that again 2:35! I think it's somewhere along the line of 70some percent of Walmart employees qualify for some form of government assistance. As do a vast majority of our own local giant Perdue's employees. This wouldn't be so bad except these companies are profitting hugh amounts on the backs of the middle class who are footing the bill for their underpaid employees.This past year I've had a complete turnaround and have had it with my excuse making Republican party. They are not my party anymore. They raise holy hell over someone on welfare, but kiss the asses of these corp giants who have created a vast majority of the welfare state.
Georgia House is now closed. They sure didn't last long.
12:54, Georgia House is not closed. It had to change its name because there was another Georgia House somewhere in Md., so the local one could not use that name. (Much of the food is the same as the Georgia Houses in DE). It has simply been renamed Mr. Paul's Legacy.
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