Amazon Closing All 87 Pop-Up Stores

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Starting in April, Amazon will be closing all 87 of its pop-up stores. These pop-up stores can be found inside Whole Foods markets, Kohl's stores, and malls across the US. These are places you can try Amazon products like the Fire tablet, Kindle, Echo speakers, and more.

Amazon wants to instead focus on creating new 4-star stores where customers can browse through and try products that are sold on the website. These products would have a customer rating of four stars or higher. Amazon also wants to open new bookstore locations.

Another endeavor Amazon wants to focus on is opening new grocery stores across the US, with the first one expected to be in Los Angeles sometime this year.

These closures do not affect the cashierless Amazon Go stores.

Want to know more? Read the article at MSN.

It's interesting to see a retail giant like Amazon shift focus from something that isn't working to something to is.

What do you think of Amazon closing its pop-up stores? Will you be sad to see them go? Leave a comment to let us know!
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lane4437 (L1)
Mar 08, 2019
I hate Amazon. They earn over a billion dollars a day. THEY PAY NO FEDERAL TAXES. AND THE ORIGINATOR IS A DIRTY, PENIS EXHIBITIONIST!!!!!

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