FARRELL – When Silas Lee realized – hours before his charitable organization’s event – that he needed several bags of ice, there was only one place to stop.
“I usually get last-minute stuff,” said Lee, CEO of Chainbreaking Corp., a nonprofit devoted to youth development and outreach.
Lee said he is a regular Dollar General customer, with about one or two trips to the store every week. The attraction stems from the store’s business model – convenience store service with discount shop prices.
“A combination of low prices, and you don’t have to stop at a grocery store for just one or two items,” Lee said.
Dollar stores in general, and Dollar General in particular, seem to be appearing everywhere, and not just locally.
Coresight Research, a firm that…