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Old 10-23-2017, 01:40 PM
 
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Brown's Meat Market will be opening in the former Eastside Meats and Produce location at 1457 Union Street, Spartanburg, South Carolina 29302-4128.

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Anderson, Trevor. "Entreprenuer plans to open upscale meat market in Spartanburg." Upstate Business Journal. 23 October 2017.
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Old Today, 12:58 AM
 
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Default Big Lots #5360, 108 Franklin Avenue, Suite B, Spartanburg, South Carolina 29301-6555

Big Lots #5360 will open for business Sunday, 19 November.

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Old Today, 03:48 PM
 
Location: Mauldin/Greenville
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Big Lots #5360 will open for business Sunday, 19 November.

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I understand they are taking over the former HHGregg location. I was sorry to see HHGregg close and I was hoping to see another electronics retailer take its place. But Best Buy seems to dominate this retail sector, with competitors Walmart and Target filling in the gap. Apparently not much room remaining for an HHGregg or Circuit City, which I still miss along with Radioshack. But there is a new competitor Conn's which seems similar to HHGregg, but something about their business practices and"yes money" seems rather shady. I think I will stick with Best Buy or Jeff Lynch locally.

But it is indeed good that Big Lots has taken over the former HHGregg space so that another big box store won't remain vacant. But now they still need to put something in the Greenville location. Still a good size for a Micro Center should they expand from Atlanta.
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Old Today, 05:36 PM
 
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I understand they are taking over the former HHGregg location. I was sorry to see HHGregg close and I was hoping to see another electronics retailer take its place. But Best Buy seems to dominate this retail sector, with competitors Walmart and Target filling in the gap. Apparently not much room remaining for an HHGregg or Circuit City, which I still miss along with Radioshack. But there is a new competitor Conn's which seems similar to HHGregg, but something about their business practices and"yes money" seems rather shady. I think I will stick with Best Buy or Jeff Lynch locally.

But it is indeed good that Big Lots has taken over the former HHGregg space so that another big box store won't remain vacant. But now they still need to put something in the Greenville location. Still a good size for a Micro Center should they expand from Atlanta.
Big Air Trampoline Park is going in the HHGregg Greenville location. I posted a thread below.
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