As a visitor to Humboldt County recently, who intends to retire there soon, I found the article to be a total withering waste of time, rambling on about inconsequentials, boring & just filling space.
There is nothing different between Bayshore and countless malls around the country where tenants come and go quite often. Admittedly losing two older large tenants is a blow but you will find that Kohl's more than makes up for the absence. I was amazed to encounter Gianni's, an upscale MEN'S store, in a purportedly dying and backwoods community. If a place like Gianni's can do well then there's no reason why other stores should not - providing they have goods that people want to buy. Stores usually go out of business because they haven't moved with the times. There's nothing wrong with change and the failure of stores has little to do with the mall owners.
Make sure you're signed up so we can inbox you the latest.
Login to choose your subscriptions!
In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
Website powered by Foundation