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Unformatted text preview: Even when spaces were available patrons chose to park across the street and it was clearly due to limited entrances and exits. Conclusion The parking lot at Wal-Mart does not meet the needs of the store. The parking lot is extremely small and revenue is lost due to the inability of customers to find parking spaces. Also customers prefer the convenience of being able to park their cars knowing that they will be able to leave the area without any traffic. Recommendations The building across the street has been vacant for about 6 months. The previous tenant Circuit City had much success as the building is spacious and has a parking lot 5 times the area that Wal-Mart currently has. It is my recommendation that Wal-Mart change building locations as they will have access to a sufficiently sized parking lot as well as 3 entrances and 4 exits. This move will alleviate the parking issues ailing Wal-Mart as well as increase revenue and patrons that would otherwise shop at rival locations...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course ENG 201 taught by Professor Brendamoore during the Spring '11 term at Thomas Edison State.
- Spring '11