Winn-Dixie Takes the Offensive in Renovations

About 80% of the major store renovations planned by Winn-Dixie Stores this fiscal year are considered “offensive” — reflecting a slowdown in competitive activity in Florida and setting the stage for topline growth in fiscal 2009, the retailer said at an investor conference.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — About 80% of the major store renovations planned by Winn-Dixie Stores this fiscal year are considered “offensive” — reflecting a slowdown in competitive activity in Florida and setting the stage for topline growth in fiscal 2009, the retailer said at an investor conference here. In a presentation, Winn-Dixie detailed plans to remodel 75 stores at an average cost of $1.9 million per store during the fiscal year, which began in late June. Approximately 41 of the next 51 rem

Register to view the full article

test - Advanced Registered User

Already a member? .

TAGS: News