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Shelves are being stocked and merchandise continues to arrive as the staff of the new Dick's Sporting Goods location beside Kohl's on Memorial Drive in Greenville prepares for its upcoming grand opening.
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Shelves are being stocked and merchandise continues to arrive as the staff of the new Dick's Sporting Goods location beside Kohl's on Memorial Drive in Greenville prepares for its upcoming grand opening.

Work continues on retail stores

By Michael Abramowitz

The Daily Reflector

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Work continues on the construction and development of several new retail business locations in Greenville.

The management team at the new Dick’s Sporting Goods store at the Galleria shopping plaza on South Memorial Drive in Greenville said work is proceeding on schedule for their grand opening early this fall. The location is one of 490 Dick’s stores nationwide, community marketing manager Christina Burwell said.


The retailer is accepting applications online for about 60 positions it will fill at the store, Burwell said.

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what a stupid comment!!

"In many areas, the large box stores are allowed to keep a part or all of sales taxes. They often demand taxpayer subsidies before building (in some states they even hold onto employees state income tax withholding). How much are we the taxpayers putting out for these stores" this has NEVER Happened in the history of incentives! this person needs to go back to school and take the censure with him

Tax breaks

Just curious, and perhaps Mr. Abramowitz can find the answer and post it here: are Dick's and WalMart getting tax subsidies? In many areas, the large box stores are allowed to keep a part or all of sales taxes. They often demand taxpayer subsidies before building (in some states they even hold onto employees state income tax withholding). How much are we the taxpayers putting out for these stores? Not that I ever shop at WalMart, except to buy ammo.

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