Wal-Mart is moving through the midwest converting stores to “super-centers.”
A super-center includes an auto service shop and full service grocery.
“Converting” is really the wrong word, because W-M almost always builds a new store and abandons the prior building.
And what happens to the abandoned building? In most communities no business needs that much square footage, so it sits empty. And sits. And sits. And creates a ghost center, if not an eyesore.
Where are the trial lawyers when we need them?