Competitors to Burlington Coat Factory include T.J. Maxx and Ross Stores.
In 2006, after changing ownership, the company for the first time began offering cash and credit card refunds. Prior to this policy change, the only refunds were in the form of store credit, regardless of whether the customer had a receipt.
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“I refuse to be. In
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I refuse to live.
With the wolves of the market place
I refuse to howl ...”
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