A variety store or price-point retailer is a retail store that sells inexpensive items, often with a single price for all items in the store. Typical merchandise includes cleaning supplies, toys, household goods and gardening equipment.
Formerly many variety stores had lunch counters for inexpensive meals.
Other articles related to "variety store, store":
... The store is usually named for the price of the merchandise sold in the store (but see below) the names vary by area and time, as each country has a different currency, and the nominal price of the goods has ... Modern names include dollar store, $1.25 store, 99-cent store, etc ... in the United States dollar store in Canada plus other names ...
... The building, consisting of two store fronts, was erected by Ray McKenzie in 1900 ... Pitney Variety Store occupied the property, under various owners, from 1911 until 1920 ... Pitney owned the store from 1911 until 1914, when he sold it ...
... melee weapons in the form of two curved swords, which store in its back ... Primal wields two maces, which can fire from his hand-held missile launcher or store on his backpack ... armed with an energy-shuriken, which can store in Primal's hip, or be launched from the hand of his spring-loaded arm ...
Famous quotes containing the words store and/or variety:
“I stopped believing in Santa Claus when I was six. Mother took me to see him in a department store and he asked for my autograph.”
—Shirley Temple Black (b. 1928)
“If variety is capable of filling every hour of the married state with the highest joy, then might it be said that Lord and Lady Dellwyn were completely blessed, for every idea that had the power of raising pleasure in the bosom of the one, depressed that of the other with sorrow and affliction.”
—Sarah Fielding (17101768)