Why are department stores failing?
I went to my local Target to get a new sheet for my bed. Queen sizes were all out of stock. I didn't even bother looking for a towel.
Then I went to Belk online (a Southern chain, like Macy's) and found a huge selection of sheets and towels, and I got sheets for cheaper than Target had. The towel was only $2.99, which was a rock-bottom price.
I never cared for Belk as a kid, but now I'd shop there again.
So why are department stores failing, but Target and Walmart (and Amazon) succeeding? I was impressed with the huge selection and low prices at Belk.
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
The Democrats have shut down many business'.
Amazon.com and Walmart.com, et al have picked up sales Mail-Order. The delivery which used to be same day, or next day can be up to a month now.
The Democrats would prefer to collect their bribes from a couple of BIG STORES, than hundreds of insecure Mom & Pops.