Ok, self-admittingly, I am frugal shopping guy! I cannot simply walk in my neighborhood DOLLAR GENERAL for a specific need like a cheap cell phone charger, an $8.00 pair of plastic designer Iron Man sunglasses, (I purchase two pairs at a time for lifespan side compartment backup). I must also make a trip down the underwear aisle. I gotta check the value pak price on briefs and tees while I'm there!
The same for Walmart! I can't just run in for batteries or a quart of milk or cereal, I gotta make a trip back to the men's clothing department. I need another cool Eagles hoodie (not) or ballcap. Now comes word a new discount store is coming to Mays Landing. Dollar Tree is moving into the the strip mall location in back of the Hamilton Mall. Let's face it, who wants to spend the gas money driving across the street after a family shopping excursion at the mall to Consumer Square and the Dollar Tree over there? We love discount shopping. That is the real reason for the mass saturation of the Dollar' business model. AND they are not idiots at the top planning out our spending habits. Dollar Tree's annual revenues for 2023 was over $28.3 Billion. That's Billion with a "B". So welcome Dollar General. Macy's just charges way too much and I'm in need of new Fruit Of The Looms"