That Mall is sick and that Store is dead!

September 28, 2007

First Visit to New JC Penney in Hampton

Filed under: "coliseum mall",J.C. Penney,store profiles — Anita @ 2:39 pm

I went to the new J.C. Penney in Hampton this morning — the only reason why I went was because they have a mini Sephora. I don’t really have a good review of the store since this is all I went to today. So I’ll just have to talk about the Sephora.

This mini version actually does carry a lot of things. Of course, not every name brand sephora.com offers (for example, no NARS), but a good choice. These are the brands I saw:

Lorac
Smashbox
Philosophy
Bare Esentuals (The lady there put it on my face and it was all flakey and pasty looking)
Urban Decay
Stila
Too Faced
Benefit
Burjouis
Bliss

It’s really nice, considering that Hampton Roads hasn’t had a Sephora since the one at MacArthur center closed just a year after opening.

September 24, 2007

Eckerd Rite Aid Walgreens Synergy (Franklin, VA)

Filed under: dead chains,franklin,store profiles,then & now — Anita @ 8:14 pm

Does It Live There
September, 2006
November, 2006 Eckerd soon to be Rite Aid
June, 2007 Old Rite Aid Sign Being Taken Down
September, 2007 It Used To Be A Coors Truck
May 2007 Rite Aid (Soon to be Walgreens) Franklin, VA
June 2007 More coming soon when the conversion is finally finished.

Rite Aid Across the Street From Another Rite Aid (Smithfield, VA)

Filed under: store profiles — Anita @ 7:56 pm

Rite Aid Across the Street From Another Rite Aid

This brick Rite Aid was an Eckerd that moved out of the shopping center in 2002 or 2003. The original Rite Aid across the street opened in the late 1990’s (its that blue building in that distance). It’s a pretty crappy building now.

Maybe soon they will just merge the two.

September 23, 2007

The Big Retail Playlist

Filed under: commercials — Anita @ 12:33 am

Playlist

I’ve been composing this for the past couple of months. None of these videos are mine, and I’ll constantly be adding on to it.

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