Store Sample Clauses

Store. The terms "Store" or "Stores" shall mean each supermarket location owned (or leased) and operated by VONS or an affiliate and which is set forth on the attached Exhibit "A" wherein one or more Gaming Devices are to be installed.
Store or “Storage” means to accumulate waste tires above ground, or to own or control property on which there are waste tires above ground. “Storage” includes the beneficial use of waste tires as fences and other uses with similar potential for causing environmental risks. “Storage” does not include the use of waste tires as a ballast to maintain covers on agricultural materials or at a construction site or a beneficial use such as planters except when the Department determines such uses create environmental risks.
Store. Subject to all the terms and conditions in this Agreement, Follett shall operate a campus store (“Store”) for College. The Store shall consist of a brick-and-mortar location at the Key West campus and virtual bookstore for all other College locations.
Store. Franchisee expressly agrees that the one (1) year period and the six (6) mile radius are the reasonable and necessary time and distance needed to protect Franchisor if this Agreement expires or is terminated for any reason.
Store. We will now look closer on changes regarding the store and the most obvious change made within the field of the store we found, was the move into something new. A new concept. The interviews provided us with information about how the stores had transformed and adapted with incremental innovations, but also that both companies recently implemented big changes to better appeal to customers. These improvements do correlate well with the trading-up phase in the Wheel of retailing, and show that changes are made after a certain amount of time. The next step, as it is called by Lidl, and the equivalent at Netto has meant, for example, that coloring of the stores have been modified. Both companies have left their original colors in order to transform to different shades of grey. This, fully according to the trading-up phase, however also connected with an increase in market knowledge. This, since Lidl and Netto seemingly have understood that they better appeal to customers when sending out a message of a more premium looking store, while still maintaining a low level of prices. This further supports our idea of the correlation between the state and change model by Johanson and Vahlne 1977, and the Wheel of retailing, mentioned by Zentes. et. al. (2017). This, since knowledge has led to decisions regarding store color, leading to repainting stores, increasing commitment since investments are made and finally this is one step to move from the entry phase to the trading-up phase. This change of concept is something that seems to have been carried out well in regards of execution, which is essential in order to reach the full potential once the company has provided itself with the market knowledge needed. The large changes of the business concept regarding stores is not just a small step in renewing and updating the interior, it is also a giant leap to the adaptation towards the market. When comparing Swedish stores to foreign, it is clear that that there is a higher level of sanitation in Sweden. This further implies that Lidl and Netto have learned from their experiences in the Swedish market, by investigating the preferences of the customers. This finds support in the market research Netto did, when they found out that their stores were perceived as messy. A perspective of interest is the wheel of retailing in relation to the business model of a HD. This since the HD has low prices and cost effectiveness as their competitive advantage and since an increase in pric...
Store. A particular restaurant at a particular location that is owned or operated by Parent, the Issuer or one of its Subsidiaries.
Store or "storage" means to put aside or accumulate for use when needed, to put for safekeeping, to place or leave in a location.
Store. Storing of materials from supply to erection shall be arranged by the contractor at his own cost. No compensation shall be made by the Purchaser for any damage or loss of materials during storing, transit transportation and at the time of erection.
Store. The terms “Store” or “Stores” shall mean grocery stores owned or leased and operated by LICENSOR or any affiliate thereof within the Territory as are listed on Exhibit A, hereto.