The Philadelphia Inquirer looks at the PLCB's push to modernize by opening new super stores that customers love. Sales are up at the new locations as customers enjoy larger selection. "The board has been pushing a new-store strategy since 2010, when it launched a "branding effort" to upgrade the appearance, size, and locations of its retail outlets, or open new ones." the paper reports.

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Albert Brooks
  November 29, 2016 12:25pm

A million more people and 150 less stores and you are amazed why store sales are up. It is embarrassing to call any state store a super store when real superstores stock on the shelf as many items as the PLCB carries. The government only follows and never leads in retail.