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Apr 2011
7:33pm, 18 Apr 2011
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Doctor K
What amused me was the notion that Tesco is in any way the working class' friend ! They are the country's kings at relieving you of your money.
Apr 2011
7:40pm, 18 Apr 2011
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Johnny Blaze
Our Waitrose is full of nice people who chat to each other about their latest hols in Provence.
Apr 2011
7:40pm, 18 Apr 2011
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Johnny Blaze
Not like Iceland, which is full of giro technicians and pramfaces.
Apr 2011
7:46pm, 18 Apr 2011
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Just had a poke around on the Supermarket Scrabble facebook page.


Apr 2011
8:02pm, 18 Apr 2011
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Question? Why is it that if a town has a Waitrose they also have a Lidl? This is not a scientific peice of research but I have noticed this in quite a few places the prime example being Okehampton on Dartmoor where they are opposite each other with Somerfield.

Oh and what is a "Magnet Store" ? Surely you can't sell that many magnets a week to need a whole store?
Apr 2011
12:21pm, 19 Apr 2011
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1. Different target markets overlapping a bit but not to much to hurt anyone's profits. Analysis suggests that Anytownville has X hat people, Y trouser people and Z pen people. Terribly important meetings occur. Anytown is marked appropriately on ze list and neccessary shopping zentrums are gebuilt.

2. Marketing waffle

3. Good point - TO THE MOOD ROOM!

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