prestore


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prestore

(priːˈstɔː)
vb (tr)
to store in advance of being needed
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Researchers note that the study reveals a pattern suggesting that, in general, displays are best targeted to a core group of loyal, female stock-up shoppers, even when those consumers are found to engage in a high degree of prestore planning, such as list making and use of circulars.
availability of transportation to travel store to store) and committed leisure time were identified as inversely related to prestore search (Avery, 1996).