variety store

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variety store

n.
1. A retail store that carries a large variety of usually inexpensive merchandise.
2. A convenience store.

vari′ety store`


n.
a retail store with a wide variety of low-priced articles, as a five-and-ten.
[1760–70, Amer.]
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(https://www.presstelegram.com/2019/04/24/police-chase-suspect-through-los-angeles-and-orange-counties/) According to Press Telegram , the suspect finally stopped at a parking lot of a 99 Cents Store in Rowland Heights, around 17 miles from where the chase started.
There are 26 retail/office units, of which 75 percent are currently leased to strong tenants such as Little Caesars and a regional 99 cents store. Stephen R.
"When the first officers arrived, they saw the suspect outside on the sidewalk in front of the 99 Cents Store armed with a knife and they ordered him to drop the knife," said Los Angeles police Cmdr.
Women in the 35 to 54 age group were most likely to have shopped a dollar-plus store or 99 cents store recently (62%), followed closely by women age 55 to 70 (61%).
Eighty percent of women with incomes of less than $25,000 a year were recent 99 cents store shoppers, dropping to 60% in the $25,000 to $45,000 bracket, 54% in the $45,000 to $70,000 bracket and 44% for those with incomes of $70,000 or more.
Thirty-nine percent of those who had visited a 99 cents store also made a household goods purchase.
The 99 Cents Only Stores Cookbook tells how to cook gourmet on a budget, and comes from an author who decided to make great meals solely with items she found at 99 cents stores. The result is a fine gathering, from Texas Beans and Hominy to Tomato Corn Soup.
In addition to the Windward location, the company operates 99 cents stores at the Ward Complex and at the Waipahu Town Center.
When America's 99 Cents Stores opened in the neighborhood recently, she was surprised to find frozen meals there along with the sundries.
The popular 99 cents stores are growing their home textiles business as they open more stores to target low-income families.
So I frequent the 99 cents stores and buy stuff in street stands.