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Bang-up bargains

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High Five
Monday, June 22, 2009

Dollar Tree and other discount stores are benefitting from the closure of large retailers such as Joe's. These stores are making plans to expand and are reporting an increase in profits.

Though the recession has taken its toll on many retailers in Oregon, companies that peddle thrift goods are reporting revenue increases and seeing opportunities for expansion.

Companies such as Dollar Tree, Goodwill and Costco have used the recession as an opportunity to lease new property or construct new buildings.

Read the full article in the Daily Journal of Commerce.

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