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mom and pop

n
(Commerce)
a. a small family-owned private business enterprise
b. (as modifier): a mom and pop store.
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The "Convenience, Mom And Pop Stores Global Market Report 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Local Mom and Pop stores can benefit by running a promotional Dealslivery campaign to entice new customers interest and increase revenue.
After spending big bucks at big box retailers during Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales, consumers have turned their attention to the other side of retail for Small Business Saturday, a day which encourages shopping at the more local and small-scale mom and pop stores in cities.
The Indian retail market size is USD 600 billion and about 12 million mom and pop stores capture 90 percent of the total trade.
"From all the Mom and Pop stores you put out of business.
GoEZ, headquartered in New York, has been an early entry into the e-commerce discount buying service and a depot warehouse that sells to urban mom and pop stores. GoEZ offers online daily deals, primarily targeting underserved markets.
Any New York library or collection strong in New York architecture or retail will find photographer Paul lacy has done something special here, capturing disappearing Brooklyn mom and pop stores which have been part of Brooklyn's look for decades.
And so will many mom and pop stores located in buildings under repair with unsightly sidewalk bridges on top of them.
"Oregon, like a lot of other states, doesn't allow manufacturers to sell beer and wine cheaper to big customers (Costco, Wal-Mart) than to small customers (mom and pop stores).
Bodegas are small mom and pop stores replete with products from snacks and drinks to sandwiches and hair gel.
It is true that some Mom and Pop stores have been relegated to the side streets and less expensive neighborhoods, but this number is less than expected.
Jack Taylor, a member of Board 6, said he's concerned the plan could be the deathknell for so-called mom and pop stores. "The plan tips the mitt to the likes of the Gap, Toys R Us and any of these big retailers who need large spaces," said Taylor.