Dollar General is sounding the alarm on the economy and says its profits could suffer as its low-income customers start hurting
|03/15/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Dollar General’s CEO is preparing for a weaker economy in 2019.
- CEO Todd Vasos said on Thursday that the store’s core customer is “feeling a little less competent” than 2018. “We’re positioning ourselves for the back half of the year for a weaker consumer.”
- The chain is still growing at a rapid rate. Having opened hundreds of stores in 2107 and 2018, it will be opening 975 more in 2019.
When the economy bites, dollar stores are well positioned to thrive, but even Dollar General’s CEO is preparing for the worst this year.
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