|Los Banos, CA||Biddeford, ME||Old Bridge, NJ|
|Westminster, CA||Ellsworth, ME||Batavia, NY|
|Denver, CO||Ionia, MI||N. Kingstown, RI|
|Aurora, IL||Rogers, MN||Emporia, VA|
|Oswego, IL||Claremont, NH||S. Tacoma, WA|
|Chalmette, LA||Hooksett, NH||Brown Deer, WI|
|Haverhill, MA||Manchester, NH|
Mostly BLUE STATES...........
The stores affected by today’s announcement are located in:
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I thought in ‘obamaland’ that all business would have to remain open and double the employees so the jobless # would go down.
That way, the greedy owners and stockholders will become welfare distributors and we would be in the Utopia we dream of.
The ‘real energetic’ amongst us will have a regular non(high pay)job and a part time no(high pay) job.
So HOW DARE Lowes shut down because it is worried about their bottom line.
Maybe BO will just buy them out and them they can become ‘peoples stores’.
WE ARE DOOMED if this administration isn’t retired immediately.
Gee, virtually all Dem strongholds . .
Over represented in this list of failure: New England, gee lets elect Mitt.
Under represented: North Dakota to Texas.
BROWN DEER, WI!
That store has only been open about 3 years. It’s a lovely store, but IMHO is located in the wrong place. It also prominently displays directional signs in Spanish in an area where there are not that many Spanish speaking patrons — a turn off, IMO.
I would spend more money there, except Menards beats them all to heck on prices. Their garden department, however, excells over Menard’s in quality and style.
Brown Deer, WI was killed by a Menards store a couple miles away. A massive store with indoor and outdoor lumber and much lower prices. No surprise.